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Question #3474 posted on 02/23/2004 midnight

Dear 100 Hour Board,
Here's a little clarification on Thai flatware. Thais usually do eat with forks and spoons, but noodle dishes, porridges, and some soups are eaten with chopsticks.

A: Dear Tricky,

Right. Because it makes perfect sense to eat solid foods with spoons, and soups and porridges with chopsticks. :)

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- Beemer Boy
A: Dear Tricky,

Don't forget about that great scene in "The King and I," where Yul Brenner proclaims the superiority of chopsticks over European utensils. And that is the least of the reasons why Thailand has banned that movie.

--Der Berliner