Fork Person (4 Jul, 2012) Reply
Same Thinking (4 Jul, 2012)
Frok0r (7 Jul, 2012)
All I can say is (4 Jul, 2012) Reply
Good luck with spaghetti, stick people... :)
umm... Noodles? (4 Jul, 2012)
other forms of Asian noodly goodness
I think we're good.
@umm... Noodles? (4 Jul, 2012)
cute comment, but I do believe chow mein is 'merican.
fried noodles (4 Jul, 2012)
chow mein translated from chinese is literally "fried noodles". The other types of noodles he listed aren't fried noodles, at all. maybe pancit, idk about filipino food that well.
Eopr (4 Jul, 2012)
Putting the whole bowl in your mouth showeling with those sticks you might succeed with the spaghetti.
Fork Guy (4 Jul, 2012)
How 'bout BOILED CARROTS. Try eating that with a stick
-=LaurryG=- (5 Jul, 2012)
Yeah, or steak. Don't Asians eat steak!?
LogiC (5 Jul, 2012)
Having eaten with chopsticks before (and being a fork person) I can assure you that chopsticks are much easier to eat with.
@Eopr- that is how they eat all the noodles anyway lol. The reason why slurping noises is not rude in Asian countries is because you can only slurp noodles when eating with chopsticks.
ted (9 Jul, 2012)
you can eat noodles without slurping it just takes a lot more time and coordination than slurping.
EatRice (11 Jul, 2012)
My dog manages to eat whatever you stick in front of his mangled face too. Doesn't mean it's superior.
Ha (15 Jul, 2012)
Spaghetti is one of the easiest foods.
someone who love stick. (4 Jul, 2012) Reply
All I can say is never get out of his house.
Confusion Say - (4 Jul, 2012) Reply
So you need stupid fork people to be happy? Weak.
Spoonpeople (4 Jul, 2012) Reply
It's a sad definition of happiness.
Charlie Chan (4 Jul, 2012) Reply
Cwumming soon to Amewica
Oh Yeah? (5 Jul, 2012) Reply
SOUP....sticks vs. spoon?
Duh (5 Jul, 2012)
Chinese people have spoons
ORLY? (5 Jul, 2012) Reply
'tis a sad day when eating with a stick like a cave person somehow makes you superior to the evolution required to smelt and shape metals into sturdier, more efficient tools. Go internet...
W. Ying (9 Jul, 2012) Reply
The “valid happiness” is the feeling of things being a-step-better for keeping our DNA alive. The keeping our DNA alive is the goal of human life. Otherwise, humankind can not survive.
(See W. Ying, “Be Happy Validly!” page 3-4, CreateSpace, Amazon, 2012)
Eriktheviking (10 Jul, 2012) Reply
Sure if you like your food all small and chopped up like your mommy used to do.
Erika (16 Jul, 2012)
Now eat your minced fish and stfu.
Viking (16 Jul, 2012)
Vikings don't even use utensils...
All I can say is (14 Aug, 2012) Reply
Humor sez: (24 Dec, 2013) Reply
Happiness is recognizing me.