McDonald's Introduces New French Fry Utensil: "The Frork"


McDonald's is launching a "uselessly useful" utensil. The new invention is call a "frork." 

Basically, it's a fork. But instead of metal prongs, it sports three French fries. (see picture!)

Nope, this isn't a joke. It's a real product, and it'll be available at participating restaurants on Friday, May 5th, with the purchase of one Signature Crafted Recipe sandwich.

McDonald's debuted the tool Monday in tandem with their new Signature Crafted Recipe Sandwiches. 

In an infomercial-style video that showcases the frork's best tricks,  explaining that the little device was designed to scoop up toppings that might fall out of the new sandwiches.

But what's an infomercial without a toll-free number you've got to call RIGHT NOW? The first 100 callers to 1844-McD-FRORK will apparently receive a free frork, while the first 5,000 are guaranteed a coupon for one of the new sandwiches. May the odds be ever in your favor.

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