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General Chat Thread, "Extreme Re-purposing" in General; I saw these pictures: On the following webpage: Link: ReubenMiller : Extreme Repurposing I would say that the ideas presented ...
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    "Extreme Re-purposing"

    I saw these pictures:


    On the following webpage:

    Link: ReubenMiller : Extreme Repurposing

    I would say that the ideas presented here are of limited practical value except for the one pictured above [It could help those who find the use of chopsticks troublesome but still want to use them]

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    Now that is ace!

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    few i thought you were talking about small dolphins for a moment there

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    Nooooooo .... the struggle is half the fun of learning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrumbleDook View Post
    Nooooooo .... the struggle is half the fun of learning!
    But Tony it means I don't get to eat my chinese food

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    All the more for the rest of us then John!

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    The truly smart (or truly hungry) of us sneak in a spoon.

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    Abuse of the word extreme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AyatollahPies View Post
    Abuse of the word extreme.
    I agree. That is why I put the thread title in quote marks. However the title refers back to the webpage that this pictures come from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by synaesthesia View Post
    The truly smart (or truly hungry) of us sneak in a spoon.
    Indeed, or know that his favorite Chinese place around here does provide spoons and forks for those of us who are challenged by chopsticks. Give me a network to tame any-day!

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    I've been known to apply the "one-stick-stabbing-technique" - apply sauce liberally to your dish so everything sticks to eachother and stab the meat to pick it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by synaesthesia View Post
    I've been known to apply the "one-stick-stabbing-technique" - apply sauce liberally to your dish so everything sticks to eachother and stab the meat to pick it up
    Yup that is also another method Not the best for picking up non-sticky rice though So hold them together and it makes a little shovel / ledge

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    Quote Originally Posted by john View Post
    Yup that is also another method Not the best for picking up non-sticky rice though So hold them together and it makes a little shovel / ledge
    hmm your meant to eat rice from a bowl which is raised up to your mouth then "spoon" in the rice using the chopsticks. i love eating with chopsticks no stabbing techniques here lol.

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    why not just use a knife and fork........or when the need arrises a spoon........

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    Quote Originally Posted by RTFM View Post
    why not just use a knife and fork........or when the need arrises a spoon........
    Go one better with a spork?

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