Here is a sampling of some of the responses you sent to me.
A bridge for playing pool with the front snapped off
"c" is supposed to fit over a rod or dowel and might be used for pushing---but possibly as part of a larger apparatus.
the "tines" are[ not]meant to be used as a fork - they point the wrong way, dont look sharp enough, and a double header fork just wouldn't work
a child's combination food pusher and fork, or maybe some weird appetizer or fondue fork
a tandem junkie scratcher! Two junkies can sit back to back, supporting each other to keep from falling over in a nod, and can simultaneously scratch both of themselves at once. Useful on those long voyages home from the Opium Wars.
a stitch remover
[a tool] used in exploratory proctology surgery.
My gut tells me that it is part of a meat carving set: a profoundly stupid meat carving set. During the hours that I spent trying to discover the purpose of Tyrone's loony fork, I looked at hundreds (maybe thousands) of images of weird forks. I don't believe I saw anything quite as bizarre as this forked-up fork, but a few came pretty close
Exhibit one: No comment
Exhibit 2: How the heck are you supposed to eat with this? You can't spear anything with the tines and even if you could they'd smash into your teeth when you tried to eat.
(I know it's a bracelet; humor me.)