But what we were concerned about was whether we should eat with the chopsticks before or after we have cleaned our shoes with them. Have I been doing it wrong? I have been doing it after my walks but not at my car, perhaps that's been the problem? Should I only eat at the car?
Andrew,Your post invited discussion, and it got it, it's what happens on forums.Why on earth are you so outraged that you'll never post again?
Because someone was trolling his thread with posts on deforestation, poisonous plants, and other completely unrelated nonsense. It wasn't a discussion, in any meaningful sense of the word.Just a guess.
Why not eat with one end of the chopstick, and use the opposite end to clean the treads of your shoes? I am not much of a germaphobe so maybe it is just me. But if you really want to get so extreme as to reuse eating utensils as cleaning tools, at least don't use the end you put your mouth on. =)
Cameron,Perhaps the OP needs to develop thicker skin, given how he uses his chopsticks, you'd think he'd be a touch less sensitive!
chopsticks also do great double duty as the stopper stick when hanging your food bag PCT style (regardless if they are poisionous chopsticks or not)I don't think I'd pick my boots with them, but to each their own.
My wife uses them to keep her bun in place.
Haha love this thread - in fact reading this made me subscribe! I can just see my kids using a chopstick to 'de-poo' their shoe cleats after stepping in wombat scats, then tuck into some noodles :)
Edited by ShellyD on 07/13/2012 17:24:35 MDT.
I can honestly state that I have never tried to use chopsticks on wombat scat.Or, at least not a hairy nose wombat.--B.G.--
Chinese surgeons use sterilized chopsticks as forceps...And, yeah, what was up with Andrew?
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