I'm a full-grown professional who has never lacked for eating utensils; nevertheless, a hobo knife has driven all others out of my normal rotation. This is a recent development. The pandemic imbued me with a heightened awareness of infection control resulting in a desire to avoid eating with my fingers whenever possible. I used to be a normal person who ate fruit hand-to-mouth, but now I cut it up and spear the pieces, untouched by human hands. Then, late one night, I embarrassingly impulse bought a cheap Chinese FURY MUSTANG NOBILITY! two-piece hobo knife (for twelve bucks you would be hard pressed to find a more regal and high horse-powered product name). I took it on a road trip and fell in love with the form factor, forking fast-food fries like a fastidious fool with my foully fitted and finished friend. Being an EDC nerd, I commenced the quest to replace the pakkawood and pot metal FURY MUSTANG NOBILITY! with a higher-quality two-piece hobo. I liked the minimalist design and had no desire to add unnecessary bulk with a spoon (I'm looking at you, heavy half-pound, 1" thick Case Hobo) or a corkscrew (I'm not in the Swiss Army). I came *this* close to ordering the delightful A.G. Russell Boxcar Jack, but I balked at spending $80+ to support another Red Chinese manufacturer. Ultimately, I selected a Friedrich Hartkopf "PickNick" knife from the family business that has been making cutting tools in Solingen, Germany, since 1890. The blade is hand-forged 1.4034 stainless steel. The fork looks like a golf divot tool (this two-pronged design is the century-old standard across all German hobo knives). The handle scales are stag horn. It also has a nice locking feature: closing the fork secures the two halves together; thus, unlike the FURY MUSTANG NOBILITY!, it will not separate unless I want it to. The fit and finish is pretty good, not great, and the blade was quite dull out of the box. EDC'ing a hobo knife is a bit silly because telecommuting is my new normal, and my weekly average number of opportunities to eat outside of home has dropped from seven to one. Nevertheless, I am well-pleased with my "PickNick" knife.