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52, honestly, I'd use a fork for my salad and meal, and a spoon for my soup. Knife to cut, and napkin on lap. So no, in that situation, I think common sense would prevail for most people.

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first of all, u dont eat soup. and it doesnt work if you only say it for 5 times , needs at least 50 for a good effect

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137- you're an idiot. obviously he's a potato so he doesn't have to go to school. why you ask? BECAUSE HE'S A FREAKING POTATO.

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There's a big difference between politeness and etiquette. Allowing your guests to eat with whatever cutlery they choose is polite, insisting on using the correct ones is etiquette - so it can be both tedious and impolite.

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