Results for - Wooden Chopsticks

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“Marriage is like twirling a baton, turning hand springs or eating with chopsticks. It looks easy until you try it.” ― Helen Rowland

If you look at the photo it shows how you break off the end to use as a rest for your chopsticks. Which were you aware of?

1. If you look at the photo it shows how you break off the end to use as a rest for your chopsticks. Which were you aware of?

How to break the sticks off of the chop
12%
223 votes
The the end was for a rest
5%
99 votes
Both
13%
255 votes
Neither
53%
1,014 votes
N/A
17%
325 votes
If you did not know but use chopsticks, were you pulling them apart like you would a wishbone?

2. If you did not know but use chopsticks, were you pulling them apart like you would a wishbone?

Yes
29%
548 votes
No
22%
428 votes
Undecided
8%
152 votes
Not Applicable
41%
788 votes
Which do you own?

3. Which do you own?

I have a supply of wooden chopsticks
11%
212 votes
I have at least one pair of premium chopsticks
13%
255 votes
Both
9%
167 votes
Neither
67%
1,282 votes
Which would be harder for you to do?

4. Which would be harder for you to do?

Chopsticks on the piano
37%
710 votes
Learning how to use chopsticks
63%
1,206 votes
Chopsticks facts, check off which you know:

5. Chopsticks facts, check off which you know:

The English word chopstick may have derived from Chinese Pidgin English, in which chop chop meant "quickly".
7%
138 votes
Chopsticks were first used by the Chinese
35%
666 votes
Chopsticks (original name The Celebrated Chop Waltz) is a simple, widely-known waltz for the piano.
15%
279 votes
It was written in 1877 by the British composer Euphemia Allen
4%
71 votes
An equivalent of this rudimentary two-finger piano exercise was known in Russia in duple meter as "tati-tati" or the "Cutlet Polka".
4%
74 votes
N/A
54%
1,032 votes
03/04/2016 Food & Drink 1916 35 By: ptajuggalette

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