Yeah, your celery lead to a long journey through the history of silverware. (To the WABAC machine!)
Apparently at one time practically everything had its own fork. Even ice cream; turns out an ice cream fork is just a high-class, fancy spork though. I also found out about other crazy-specific silverware, such as the waffle knife and the Saratoga chip server.
Did you know that at one time, parts of the Roman Catholic Church were against forks?
That seems like a very civilized way to get celery out of a jar. Plus this post lead to the discovery that there is a special fork for serving asparagus. (And thence to the question of which anniversary is the Asparagus Anniversary.)
In unrelated news, I'm now convinced that 75% of that hungover feeling I used to get was from lack of sleep. When I sleep less than 6 hours, I feel almost exactly like I used to when I had a "late" night.
How about a blink key? Netscape Navigator circa 1995, anyone?
They do say 1+1+1 is a crowd. I'm much more comfortable one-on-one. Actually, I'm much better in writing; but I think that's due to the typical introvert trait of preferring to think through your answer before saying it.
Around here we assume anyone typing in all-caps was working in AutoCAD when you interrupted them (engineering drawings are in all-caps). It's taken all the meaning out of the caps lock key. THE CAPS MEAN NOTHING TO ME.