Admit it, you like those inexpensive restaurants where they use paper tablecloths and servers write their names upside down with crayons. Why? Because you love to doodle (and you love crayons). If only you could combine your passion for food and drink with your passion for doodling in one simple device. Enter the Writing Spoon by Spanish artist, Julie Mariscal. It incorporates a makeshift fountain pen into the spoon, making it possible to use things like coffee or soup as ink. You can pick one up on her website for around $31, which is a hell of a lot cheaper than it would be to get your own Gizuccino-making machine. [Julie Mariscal via Trend Hunter via Coolest Gadgets]
WHO THE FUCK KEEPS DRAWING ON MY TABLES WITH COFFEE!?
I'd imagined waiters & waitresses won't enjoy this that much
$31 is way too much for a "writting" spoon, even if they r hard to come by.
@rjupiter: more finer drawing/writing
this reminds me of the quill and ink pens where u have to keep dipping ur writing utensil into the liquid
@Aristeia: it looked a bit like a boat/ship