cutensil
 n.— «German design firms Authentics and Koziol have made much hay out of plastic’s new pizazz. Koziol’s spaghetti forks with a smiley face, ice-cream scoops with eyes and the “Tim” dish brush with legs are some of more than 300 “cutensils,” as they’re known, that flew off shelves of American stores last year.» —“The Redesigning Of America” by Frank Gibney Jr., Belinda Luscombe Time Mar. 12, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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