Homer's Chili Spoon

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Zinger

Active Member
I'm making a spoon to practice wood carving. What do you think? Should I finish it or stop here and call it a replica of Homer's chili spoon?



 

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LTsmash1200

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Brilliant. I might have to do that myself to go with my Wonderbat. Hopefully, I can find a wooden spoon large enough to carve it out of.
 

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Lt Washburn

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Nice. If you wanted to make a bigger spoon that is also a prop, you could do the Baku spoon from Star Trek IX. I don't actually know how much this was a real prop, but it was given as a crew gift from the director. I'm just assuming that it was used on screen as well.
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LTsmash1200

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I might make one eventually, but right now I don't really have a place to display it with the case. You did inspire me to hang it up though:

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