Are there limits to what you can call a fork? There are three-pronged forks and four-pronged forks, so can a knife be classified as a sharp one-pronged fork? You use them both to stab things. Well, I guess knifes are more for slicing than cutting.
CAN A SWORD BE CLASSIFIED AS A ONE-PRONGED SUPER-SHARP FORK? They are definitely used to stab things! OR, can a fork fall into the category of a really dull four-pronged sword?
Is there a spectrum of fork to knife to sword?
Back in the medieval days, what if rivals said, “Sir, I challenge you to a super-sharp one-pronged fork duel!” Or even, “Sir, I challenge you to a dull four-pronged tiny sword duel!”