Unusual Inventions in History

Spaghetti Aid

Image Credits: Getty Images/Three Lions/Evans

Image Credits: Getty Images/Three Lions/Evans

Excessive? Maybe. Does it work? Probably. Is there a need for it? We don't know. Pictured here is a wind-up spaghetti fork in operation, for those who don't know how to use a fork most probably. It was invented by amateur American inventor Russell E Oakes. Definitely a postmodernist take on eating spaghetti. 

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