In a week where we overindulge in eating, THIS is an unnecessary buzzkill: A new poll asked people, “If you could have access to only one kind of utensil for the rest of your life, which would you choose?”
And America is DIVIDED . . . evenly. 23% said spoon . . . 22% said fork . . . 22% said SPORK . . . and 18% said knife. 4% said chopsticks . . . and 10% said they’re not sure. (Come on, it’s a dumb hypothetical. Don’t be so indecisive.)
For what it’s worth, men (23%) and Republicans (20%) were more likely to select knife . . . Independents (24%) were, ironically, happy with the middle-ground that a spork provides . . . and younger people were much more likely to select chopsticks (8%) than older folks (1%).