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You would think that advances in fork technology peaked years ago but, somehow, McDonald’s has found a way to improve upon perfection. The famed fast food restaurant chain has created the “flork” which is a fork with french fries for prongs. I assure you that this isn’t a hoax. This is a real thing, and it is glorious.
The flork can be seen in this hilarious infomercial-style video which features everyone’s favorite pitchman, Anthony Sullivan. Here, the flork is billed as the solution for unwanted messes that happen while eating McDonald’s food. Instead of grabbing fries to wipe up spilled secret sauce, you can use the flork. Granted that you would have to use your hands to insert the fries into the flork’s handle, but that’s a minor, insignificant detail. Look how easy it is to use!
In a press release, McDonald’s Chef Michael Haracz said: “We started with All Day Breakfast, updated our Chicken McNuggets, offered new Mac sandwich sizes for every occasion, and now we’re introducing Signature Crafted Recipes because they are inspired by our customers. And while the Frork is supremely superfluous, it shows that McDonald’s is willing to do whatever it takes to help them enjoy every last bite.”
As Mister Haracz pointed out, McDonald’s will have three new Signature Crafted Recipes sandwiches. These are Maple Bacon Dijon, Pico Guacamole, and Sweet BBQ Bacon. These sandwiches are stuffed with sauces and toppings that you can mop up with the flork. The synergy here is mind-blowing.
The flork will make its glorious debut this Friday, May 5 at select McDonald’s locations. You can get this revolutionary utensil by purchasing one of the aforementioned Signature Crafted Recipes sandwiches.
How anyone will be able to top the flork is hard to say. But Burger King and Wendy’s had better step their game up if they want to catch up to McDonald’s now.