Eat it up. Yum.


#1

#2

That’s a lot of “flatware”. Spoons aren’t really flat though. Am I over thinking this?


#3

i think mikasa is over thinking the importance of tea spoons… 16/set!


#4

That makes for 8 teaspoons and 8 dessert spoons. I’m a slob and I’ll happily stir my tea then eat my ice cream with the same spoon, but I’m a lousy example.

/fish heads, fish heads, roly poly fish heads…


#5

I bought one of the 58 piece sets last time, and I am very happy with it. The flatware is nice and heavy and looks great.


#6

I actually wish they were selling packs of just teaspoons. My husband is the Death of teaspoons; we’re down to two, and i keep one on my desk, away from him.


#7

Fish heads!


#8

Check Goodwill. You won’t get a matched set, but you can buy teaspoons by the truckload.


#9

Comment from WootBot: “A good set of flatware isn’t just nice. It’s almost required! Are you gonna serve your grandmother Thanksgiving dinner with a plastic spork?”

Its things like this that make me think Woot.com doesn’t understand it’s customer base very well.


#10

Hmmm…I thought the Mikasa 18/0 was a typo after seeing the Windsor brand, and knowing that what I currently have is 18/10…I learned something new…


#11

Mark? is that you? I can SEE you holding your fork (and spoon) like the handlbars of your Big Wheel! No wonder you’re single - AGAIN! Where did I go wrong? (OK, maybe that’s not the best question to ask at this juncture…)


#12

WMF is the silver standard. I love my WMF pans and flatware. And I’m a bicky pitch.


#13

I thought it was “Eat 'em up. Yum” or possibly “Eat them up. Yum.”

Of course, the WootGods might be aware of this, and are simply avoiding a potential copyright issue…


#14

Sounds like he may have a heroin problem. Missing or burnt spoons is usually a key warning sign lol!


#15

But then they won’t stack nicely in the drawer. I can’t be the only one who doesn’t like playing pickup sticks when reaching for flatware.


#16

Billy Mumy. Will Robinson. Babylon 5’s Lennier.


#17

That made me laugh, but it is oh so true…


#18

Great call. I saw the WMF sets (with 18/10) first, and my eyes tricked me into reading 18/10 for the Mikasa sets. It in fact is 18/0…


#19

not to deter you from buying our fine wares, but what you’ve cited is the very reason why i own a hanging flatware set.
(more drawer space is nice, too.)


#20

True. Mismatched spoons won’t stack neatly. No spoons don’t stack neatly either. Given the options, I’d rather have something, at least.