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Twirl your spaghetti in style

If you struggle with getting spaghetti to stay on your fork, the Twirling Spaghetti Fork offers to do all the work.

Twirling spaghetti around a fork is a skill that can require a little practice, but you can speed up the process with the Twirling Spaghetti Fork, which costs around $10. Slide it into a pile of spaghetti and turn it on: the Twirling Spaghetti Fork is motorized and will wind your pasta around the tines of the fork. It requires two AAA batteries (which are not included) to operate. They seem to last for quite a while, considering that you really should turn off the fork in between bites. Leaving it running could make getting the spaghetti back off the fork a challenge.

The Twirling Spaghetti Fork is available in three different color combinations: green and yellow, purple and yellow, and red and white. The handle detaches from the metal fork; the metal prongs are safe to run through the dishwasher, although the handle isn't. Whether you really need to automate the spaghetti-eating process or you just need a fun gift for a pasta fan, this fork definitely fills an unusual niche.