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How does your dining etiquette rank?

Response Percent Votes
I probably wouldn’t embarrass myself at a swanky dinner
 
61% 412
I know what each and every fork is for
 
27% 185
I’ll just stick to fast food
 
10% 71
Total 668

Comments

Paul Decelles 3 years ago

Mine is fine, I think: efficient. But my wife keeps telling me that I should take more than one bite to eat a slice of pizza.

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beatrice 3 years ago

Depends in which country I'm dining.

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BABBOY 3 years ago

Man I do not care.

I eat in places where I should, but this is Kansas.

No body cares that much......

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sr80 3 years ago

I would make a pig turn purple with envy !!

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jonas_opines 3 years ago

I don't lick my plate clean anymore, but I still like to toss my steak up in the air, catch it in my teeth, and the shake it vigorously before eating it.

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RoeDapple 3 years ago

Easy. Eat with the right hand, scratch with the left. (or was that left then right ? . . . )

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somedude20 3 years ago

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jrlii 3 years ago

It's an easy rule: Asuming the table is set correctly, work from the outside in. There should be no peices set which will not be used.

Unfortunately there are idiots who having bought a delux set of silverware with tools for absolutely everything, will put them all out, even when they aren't appropriate. You don't put out the lobster forks unless you are serving lobster, etc, etc, ad nauseum.

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Flap Doodle 3 years ago

That's a classic, kristyj!

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kristyj 3 years ago

But the real test of shwanky elitism is: Do you know how to pronounce 'bruschetta'?

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Agnostick 3 years ago

Somewhere between "Cro-Magnon" and "hillbilly."

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canyon_wren 3 years ago

As is often the case with these polls, there should be at least a fourth category. I probably WOULD embarrass myself at a swank dinner but certainly could handle something a little "tonier:"than fast food!

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autie 3 years ago

is there spupoosed to be someting more that a fork?

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