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Old 04-21-2017, 01:56 PM   #63
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Originally Posted by FreeThinker View Post
As I sit eating in a restaurant in Florida, it occurs to me you should be aware of another American peculiarity.

In the States, it's considered bad manners to eat from a fork in your left hand. When you're done cutting something (usually with knife in right hand and fork in left), you are expected to switch the fork to your right hand before taking a bite.

Seriously, it's a thing here.
Whaaaaaaat. But... but... the left hand is the fork holding hand, the right hand shouldn't be involved with the fork at all...
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