Ooooh! That was my first response when I saw the glow-in-the-dark cutlery from Glow Cutlery.
The collection consists of spoons, forks and knives that look like ordinary utensils until the handles are snapped. Just like glow sticks, this releases chemicals inside the tube so that they emit a fluorescent glow. They come in pink, green and blue.
Maybe it's just me, and my inner child who can't control her excitement, but I'm drawn to anything that glows.
I'm not sure when I would use them -- dining in dim lighting tends to set a romantic tone, but these glowing goodies are a little on the fun and silly side.
If it didn't defeat the purpose, I could see these being an eye popping statement at blind dining establishments:
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