I can see this causing a whole lot of trouble at the dinner table. Twirling spaghetti is a time honored tradition and now you can do it by just pressing a button on your motorized fork. Supposedly there's no mess. That would depend on who's eating with you.
The Twirling Spaghetti Fork is available at Perpetual Kid.
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