I’m just going to come right out and say it

A spork? In a “travel bag”. For $10.99. Plus tax.

You people are crazy.

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So how many are you buying?

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I want one. :blush:

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Not a bad price, actually. Titanium sporks sold for camping are $10 without a bag.

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I own several sporks and combined I haven’t paid 10.99.

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None. I honestly think they’re ugly and stupid and overpriced.

Let’s change the subject.

Do you like my dice? They were $14.99 + tax.

But then I collect dice. I teach probability. It’s perfectly normal for me to have these.

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Are you on a Disney trip right now?

Wonder why they didn’t call them “chance cubes”, as from Episode I.

No :persevere:

I’m not going again for aaaaaages. June.

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I like how they tell you that they are dice. Question is, can you actually use them as dice? I think the chains impede usage.

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Random number generators

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What did I tell you about this!?!?!

And stiff upper lip; you’re British.

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Better than the $100.00 they were being sold for on ebay…

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For some reason I thought you were going in the winter.

Where?!??

Chance cubes come in a pack of 4. They are 6-sided with 3 red sides and 3 blue side like in Ep. 1. So you can get those if you like :joy:

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I’m glad they decided to offer the sporks for sale. I think they’re a fun souvenir. We’ll probably get some on our next trip and then use them at work so we don’t have to use plastic. They could also be useful at the Epcot festivals!

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We also make entire movies about the fate of sporks and their existential crises.

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That’s not a spork. That’s a toy.

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Well, now you have to go and get all technical on me. He was a spork that became trash that became a toy. Still a spork.