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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by bobski, Sep 18, 2013.
if only allowed one, which would you carry with you to eat with in generica usa?
Spoon. Anything I can poke with a fork, I can lift with my hands. I have teeth for tearing. I really need the spoon for things like rice.
Spoon for sure. You can use the edge to cut stuff still and you can scoop smaller bits that you can't pick up and bite/tear. A knife isn't really needed to eat unless you're trying to be neat and polite, which I don't think applies if you have to walk around with a utensil in your pocket.
Spoon. Sometimes I even eat a salad with a spoon.
Such an animal! Clearly the spork for civilized folks!
Spoon for the above mentioned reasons.
As a bonus, It will hurt more should you need to kill someone with it.
Yea, I am thinking spoon too. Have you ever eaten soup with a knife?
It happens in my family
knife. you got a knife you can make a fork or spoon...
I suppose if you have a knife, you can take a fork and spoon.
Think outside the box, bro.
Spoon for me.
Duh! A spork with one side sharpened.
A spoon for same reasons MisterMcCool gave earlier.
or maybe one of these: http://www.amazon.com/Columbia-River-Knife-Tool-9110KC/dp/B00B2HZQN6/ref=pd_sim_hi_8
I am going fork. I can use it for a knife if I have to and anything I have to use a spoon on I can turn it up and drink.
I know when I was I basic training we were only aloud to use a spoon. For every meal .
But C3shooter has the right idea I can eat anything with chopsticks.
A spoon, one side can always be sharpened.
why spoon? anything needing a spoon you can just stick your face in it and suck.
My hands. Utensils only really serve for keeping your hands from getting messy, and for uncomfortably hot food that you don't wanna stuff in your mouth anyway. I imagine utensils were invented...oh....several thousand years after the rise of man.
And if I'm in a nice restaurant, someone will hopefully take pity and give me a really nice spoon.