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    Chairman of the Bored catatonic's Avatar
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    It's so OCP!!! OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!!!

    A Titanium SPORK!!!!!!!!! I am so buying some!

    http://www.thinkgeek.com/gadgets/tools/8ace/

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    No bright color-coordinated decal labels on the down- uh...handle. Not OCP.
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    Until I have a gram weight reading from a certified scale I am not touching that thing. And where is the style. To be REALLY OCP it has to look great and function like crap, or at least that is how my OCP world rolls.
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    Scha-wingggg!

    I just have to add: Thinkgeek.com is, without a doubt, THE source for whatever the geek equivalent of OCP is.
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    i'd prefer the Campy corkscrew..



    $200, yikes!

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    old - sorry

    what you need is one of these - perfect for "fixing" competitors - especially in the rink

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    By-Tor...or the Snow Dog? hi565's Avatar
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    I already have one..had one for a couple of years. If it helps any, it rules.

    Actually one the spork idea is incredible
    and two the ti is so cool haha
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    How stupid. Pet rocks were probably dumber, but at least they were rocks and not something that had to be machined out of rare metal that would be better suited to making framing hammers.

    I mean really, a titanium spork? Ti is quite brittle in comparison to other metals. They don't say what grade of Ti it is, but if they are pure titanium they would run a risk of shattering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by free_pizza
    i'd prefer the Campy corkscrew..



    $200, yikes!
    That is quite stylin', but yeah...I'd never pay that much for that!

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    mmm...sporky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catatonic
    A Titanium SPORK!!!!!!!!! I am so buying some!

    They carry these at REI, also check out the Ti cup, very light, also very cool. I bought the Ti cook set from REI for backpacking, awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catatonic
    A Titanium SPORK!!!!!!!!! I am so buying some!

    http://www.thinkgeek.com/gadgets/tools/8ace/

    What the bloody hell is this?, come on they call it a freakin spork . I rather call it a "Man Spoon".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shifty
    They carry these at REI, also check out the Ti cup, very light, also very cool. I bought the Ti cook set from REI for backpacking, awesome.
    I've got a Ti cookset as well. My ultralight, multi-fuel MSR stove nests inside it. I guess I'm OCP about camping, too!
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    By-Tor...or the Snow Dog? hi565's Avatar
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    The cup is ok,Im not ahuge fan of it. I would rather go the extra weight and carry a thermal mug from ems.

    The spork is so geneous though
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    The problem with the REI stuff is it's made from CP Ti, very weak. I bent my spork and cup by just banging them on the table. We need some of the stronger 6-4 stuff. THEN you'd be OCP for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadiyah
    That is quite stylin', but yeah...I'd never pay that much for that!
    my screw cap needs nothing like that..

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