Everyone can be discontented if he ignores his blessings and looks only at his burdens. ~Thomas S. Monson
Question #92599 posted on 09/15/2019 10:18 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

If you could be any kitchen utensil, what would it be and why?

-Goldie Rose, can opener

A:

Dear Goldie Rose, 

A spatula. They're simple but incredibly versatile. 

Cheers,

Guesthouse

A:

Dear Interesting Choice,

I would be a blender. I’m energetic, I like to bring things together, and sometimes I explode and make a huge mess. I'm basically already a blender.

Peace,

Tipperary

A:

Dear Goldie,

I'd be a pizza pan because (A) I love pizza, and (B) although I may be superfluous, I'm delightful to have around anyway.

-Alta

A:

Goldie,

A teapot. Occasionally loud, but essentially introverted. 

Babalugats

A:

Dear a la pucha,

I'd be a quesadilla maker. Vaguely useful under certain conditions, largely defenseless, often found coated in cheese grease on the floor of the Goodwill clearance aisle.

--Quesardilla Feroz

A:

Goldie,

According to this quiz, I am a fork. Here's what it says: "You are a fork! You are ambitious, proactive, and always get the job done! Forthcoming by nature but not maliciously so, people look to you for leadership, a role you often take by default. You take pride in your work, and it shows! You are direct and punctual, and have a low tolerance for wishy-washy, indecisive people. The maker didn't give you a four pronged head of awesomeness to be a slacker, now did he/she/it!"

I think I'll decline to offer any commentary on the truthfulness of this statement, but there you go—I'm a fork.

Sincerely,

Cerulean

A:

Dear GR,

A strainer. I'm usually good at letting go of negative thoughts and emotions and focusing on the positive. Also people's names drop out of my mind just as quickly as water runs through a strainer. (It's a real problem.)

-guppy of doom