Some people use spoons. Some people use forks. Some people use both. Some people use their fingers.
There are also those people who need reliability, and use a more exotic material for their utensils, like Titanium. This makes for a very lightweight, resiliant, and sturdy tool.
Then, there are those of us who just want the niftiest tools around, and you simply can't find something more impressive than a Titanium Spork.
Most amazingly, these things are *useful*. I've had mine for a couple of months now, and I literally carry it with me all the time.
The bowl of the spoon is slightly oversized, compared to most spoons (and especially to the cheap plastic sporks), allowing it to make an effective and usable spoon, even with the tines.
At the same time, the tines are elongated compared to plastic sporks, giving you a quite effective fork.
Since receiving my Titanium Spork, I've made it a standard part of my eating utensils. I started by using it for things like mashed potatoes and macaroni and cheese. Later, I tried with with beef stew, oatmeal, and eventually, even cold breakfast cereals. It managed to work its way through each of them with flying colors. It truly is the most versatile eating utensil I've ever seen.
For practicality, you can't beat it. And, you'll be the envy of all of your friends, too. I promise.
Did I mention that my Titanium Spork has even provided a handy conversation piece when trying to pick up chicks? Is there anything it can't do? ;-)