Now don't you wish you had one too?
For those of you not in the know - as I was until six hours ago - this is a ... wait for it ... I feel there should be a drum roll ... kiwi spoon.
Yes, a kiwi spoon, which was given to me by the lady in Sainsburys offering samples of golden kiwi fruit and which I accepted with alacrity and was tempted to be cheeky and ask for another for Husband.
It wasn't until I got home and regained control of my mind that I realised that I'd acquired yet another piece of useless plastic tat with which to fill my second drawer.
Do you remember Tupperware parties? (Do they still have them?) If you do then you'll remember all those wonderful little gifts and prizes with which the hostess and guests were rewarded. Who could forget the melon baller? Or the shoe horn key ring? Bringing back memories yet? Or what about an orange peeler or a berry huller? How could we as modern housewives in the twentieth century have survived without these vital pieces of kitchen equipment guaranteed to make our lives easier and probably our husbands happier with it?
Did anyone ever use them? Or are there drawers all over the country full to bursting with these never-used items that we can't throw out because 'we might use them one day'?