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25 / F / cebu
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Posted 5/19/08
i can use them but i'm not that good .... i ask for fork when eating in a chinese restaurant
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Posted 5/19/08
You can't shovel food with chopsticks at the speed I like to eat. Knife and fork all the way, spoon and fork works too if you don't need to cut anything
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Posted 5/19/08

tzexiao wrote:

I think I start using it at the age of 6... Anw, Korea's ( i think... ) chopstick is a pain to use................. So heavy!!!


Grow some muscles man, I feel sorry for you if you think a pair of metal chopsticks is heavy.
Posted 5/19/08
I grew up with them....
Posted 5/19/08
Yeah, I like them they are pretty easy to use I don't think everyone should have to learn to use them though.
The ones that are from China are pretty.
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Posted 5/19/08 , edited 5/19/08


Using Chopsticks
Would you eat a sandwich with a spoon? Or use a fork to eat ice cream? Certain foods require the appropriate utensil. Asian foods are no exception: they seem to taste better eaten with chopsticks. And although some of us were raised using chopsticks, it can be an awkward experience for the rest of us. Fortunately, learning to eat with chopsticks is a simple matter, as this tutorial shows.

Many of us labor under a misperception about chopsticks--that both sticks are moved together in your hand as you pick up a morsel. This is only half-true. Instead you'll be holding one chopsticks in place while pivoting the other one to meet it. Simple?

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Posted 5/19/08
fork and spoon are vastly superior, I find myself using them more often lately, not to say that I don't use chopsticks though.
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Posted 5/19/08 , edited 5/19/08
I like to use chopsticks when I eat noodles, in fact I like them better than the knife & fork.
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Posted 5/19/08
when i was in a Chinese school, at age 12 .. hahaha .. they force me to use chopsticks... whew...

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Posted 5/19/08

h4x0rz wrote:

chopsticks?i cant even use a knife and fork!
eating with hands 4tw!


I can't even eat with my hands.
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30 / M / California
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Posted 5/19/08
i use whatever eating utensil is closest to eat my food. I've used forks to eat ice cream and chopsticks to eat steak. Yeah i don't really recommend the latter. It is not fun tearing your steak apart with chopsticks.
Posted 5/19/08
one thing i know in japan you can't stick you chopstick in rice

i think i symbolizes death or something else
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25 / M / Ireland/UK
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Posted 5/19/08
depends what Im eating I guess lol. If its something like steak of course I would have to whip out the knife and fork. But the chopsticks are much more versatile and accurate (especially useful if ur a picky eater or dont like ur veggies in a stir fry ). Im korean so i use the metal chopsticks I was never good with a chopstick as a kid and the chopsticks crossed over eachother.. if u know what i mean lol. But now.. I am a pro! about time too lol.
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26 / M / Santa Destroy
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Posted 5/19/08
Chopsticks > Forks.

Chopsticks < Spoons.

>_>
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21 / M / 大迷宮
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Posted 5/19/08
I always use me Chopsticks whenever I'm eating noodles and crap.
I got used to it, since me and my family always goes to China and all.
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