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Originally posted by XelNaga
i figured stabbing your food with a fork, opposed to trying to use two sticks to hold it for you, was easier.
maybe not as 'civilized', but i am pretty sure stabbing food is easier than balancing it with two sticks.
Originally posted by MzMorbid
I like chop sticks for most things too
I like how it slows you down too- you don't sit there mindlessly shovelling food into your head with chop sticks, like you might if you're zoned out and eating with a fork.edit on 14-3-2011 by MzMorbid because: Canada.
Originally posted by davespanners
reply to post by jude11
Well that's interesting
Is it acceptable to ask for scissors at an Asian restaurant?
The thing is, it is quite normal for everyone to dip their spoons into the communal pot in order to eat the soup. Sometimes, you take out the larger pieces of veggies and meat to put on a side plate but not always.