View Poll Results: Can you use chopsticks?

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  • Fuck these savages a spoon and fork is far better

    11 21.15%
  • I am an adept user of the choppers

    35 67.31%
  • I can ride a bike but try to avoid those asian eating tools

    4 7.69%
  • I like toffees.

    2 3.85%
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    Chopsticks. How many of you can use them?

    Well I have laughed at many of your posts. You lot seem mired down in your limey knuckle dragging ways. I was just curious as to how many of you can properly use chopsticks?

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    I can.

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    ^To eat with Davis - not as deadly weapons.

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    I prefer the wooden one's,sometimes have trouble with horrid bigger plastic pair.

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    since i was about 6

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    Mr. Myagi was my chopstick role model. He was also a fucking liar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    Mr. Myagi was my chopstick role model. He was also a fucking liar.
    Wax on wax off my shitty weathered knuckle dragger.

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    can and do often .

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    I can, too.

    However, if I have to eat food with my hands, like Indian or Middle Eastern, I make a real mess and embarrass myself. Someone will always push a spoon my way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit
    if I have to eat food with my hands, like Indian
    Please right hand only or you will ........

    Truthfully how can you live here and not learn to use them? Noodles only in general though....

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one
    Truthfully how can you live here and not learn to use them?
    I am sure there are many on this forum.

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    ^To eat with Davis - not as deadly weapons.

    I've never tried to eat a Davis - are they tasty?

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    Yes i use chopsticks at Chinese restaurant usually.. however i find trying to eat noodles with chopsticks really really fucking anoying.

    The act of sticking some noodles in your gob with most of them hanging out, and then proceeding to grab the hanger out noodles and shovel them in your gob most anaesthetic.


    The Italians were definitely on to something here...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Shagnastier View Post
    ^To eat with Davis - not as deadly weapons.
    Oh......

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    Of course..
    When it's call for or appropriate.
    They're a tool of practicality, not a novelty.

    [was born with them in my hand]

    Also been known to eat with my fingers when the occasion is called upon.
    ...and spoon/fork [items introduced to the "civilized" world by the Chinese] when appropriate.


    Some are still taken by the mysterious Orient.

    Innocent guttersnipes.

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    Yes, over 30 odd years ago when I was stationed in Hong Kong.
    You had to learn quickly or you would of gone hungry very often.

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    [quote=Rural Surin;2720672]
    [was born with them in my hand]quote]

    It must have been a dificult birth.
    Last edited by rebbu; 07-03-2014 at 08:07 PM.

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    Of course. Prefer Japanese style chopsticks, but no problems with chinese style chopsticks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rural Surin View Post

    ...and spoon/fork [items introduced to the "civilized" world by the Chinese] when appropriate.
    care to try and support that particular piece of twaddle with a link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rural Surin View Post

    ...and spoon/fork [items introduced to the "civilized" world by the Chinese] when appropriate.
    care to try and support that particular piece of twaddle with a link?
    First and foremost, one would require to cast away your ingrained Eurocentric historic prospective and mindwashing.

    Good luck, mate!

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    ^ I will just bet you wear a Thai amulet...


    ......RS, the sad little asian wanna be....

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    Piece if piss, prefer them to cutlery. Except for steak.

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    After eight years of living in Japan, I can wield them with deadly precision.

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    just for noodle soup.....

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