Continuing on with our “so bad it’s great!” art, we’ve got another batch today based around the fabulous, riveting, compelling, and exciting world of kitchen utensils, cutlery, silverware, or whatever you want to call it. You know the sort of stuff – forks, spoons, knives, plates, whisks, and vacuum cleaners. Here we go, then. It’s art time!
The Bigoted Spoon
Spoons are great and mighty useful for soups, but did you know they’re a bit prejudiced? Yeah, it’s all documented above.
The Scared Spork
Sporks are a work of art in their own right! As you can see above, the fork bit of the spork is a bit dismayed about this developed. The spoon section, who we later found out is called the Sweary Spoon, is a tad more antagonistic in his/her/its approach. Bravo!
The Oppressed Fork
The fork is oppressed. Despite this, Forky here clearly has a sunny disposition. He’s happy to take the world on with his relentless sense of cheer, which will no doubt pass onto Fork Jnr., who’ll go on to become a mighty fine fork and shovel many peas into a human face.
Butcher Knife Trauma
Unfortunately for butcher knives like Bill, the nature of their terrible work can lead to PTSD. Please forward all of your cash to Professional Moron so we can use it to buy ourselves groceries.
Not many people know this, but plates are deadpan things. Why else would they be so rigid? Exactly. Prone to arbitrary fits of being deadpan, they’re a bit of a riot when it comes to sardonic humour. This is ironic, as they aren’t pans. They’re plates.
The Problematic Pan
Oh dear. It appears Peter the Problematic Pan has had enough and wants a career change. We’re not sure a ballerina is the right path to take, Pete, but we could recommend you become a skillet, if you have the skill for it, of course. Best of luck with that, dude.