LPT: Buy your pots, pans, and cooking utensils from your local thrift store. Their home/decor sections are always brimming with kitchen wares in excellent shape. You'll save money and be making a more sustainable, environmentally conscious purchase.

The production and shipping of these types of items creates a massive carbon footprint, when perfectly good second-hand varieties are available for cheap right up the street.

We usually associate thrift stores with clothing, and sure - buying second hand clothing isn't for everyone. But there are very few stains on a used whisk or wok that a long soak in a hot, soapy sink can't resolve.

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Entitled mom doesn’t want to buy plastic utensils from the same store she steals from...
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These kitchen utensils at our cabin rental
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Forged utensil rack for the camp
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Thanks, I hate multi-utensil
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AITA for having throwaway plates/utensils for meat eating guests?

So let me explain my friend group: there’s me (F), a vegan, and one other vegan (F), one vegetarian (M), and 3 meat eaters(MMF). Despite the fact that I don’t allow meat on my plates and silverware, we usually have dinner at my apartment because I have the most room and the other vegan is my roommate, and none of our other friends are roommates with each other so it works good. Our meat eating friends have no problem with the throwaways, but one of them brought his girlfriend tonight, and when I handed her a paper plate she looked insulted.

I assumed my friend would explain it to her beforehand, but apparently he didn’t, so I did. She was pretty mad, and refused to eat if we didn’t give her a real plate, and my roommate pretty much told her β€œI’m sorry, but I guess you won’t eat then”. My friend (her BF) tried to tell her that it was no big deal, and that it’s just how we do things and it’s nothing against her, but she wasn’t hearing any of it. She spent the whole night sitting on a ch

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These utensils are made with recycled avocado pits.
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Gimmicky Cooking Utensils That You Actually Like

Does anyone have any gimmicky cooking items that they actually like?

Someone got me a Betty Crocker Pizza Maker Plus and I actually prefer it to making pizza in the oven. I also have a Dash Rapid Egg Cooker that I love and this weird hair clip looking thing that I use when I cut my tomatoes.

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After making my family cloth napkins for Christmas (with no idea if they would use them or not), my MIL requested more to bring into work. I had left over fabric so I attempted a utensil wrap to match. Showed my mom and now she wants some too! So proud of my family's little changes!
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Cutlery and utensils tray
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Chopsticks are the best utensils!

I grew up using the typical spoon, fork, and knife and only learned to use chopsticks when I was in high school, but what a revelation!

With chopsticks, you can handle pretty much any food with a level of versatility only matched by your hands, but without getting that nasty, sticky feeling or worrying about getting sick from dirty hands.

Sure, you can’t cut steak, but the chef/cook can prepare it for you!

Sure, you can’t drink soup, but you can drink from the bowl!

Disposability too! Most disposable spoons, forks, and knives are made from plastic. Chopsticks are usually made from wood, which is obviously biodegradable.

Best of all, if leaves you with a free hand to hold your phone or book so you can entertain yourself while you eat.

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Me in my favourite hat: I hoard pusheen merchandise: I have bags, stationary, clothes, kitchen utensils...
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This utensil that came with my Chinese takeout.
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My wife is always threatening to harm me if I keep stealing her kitchen utensils...

but that’s a wisk I’m willing to take.

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WIBTA if I stop sharing all of my dishes and utensils with my roommate because she won’t share her stuff?

BACKGROUND: Alright so we moved in together in January. We’ve been friends for a few years now.

I bought every single bowl, plate, glass or reusable plastic cup, and all of the silverware. I have also gotten all of the furniture. I also bought the trash can that we use as well as many other things. She’s bought some knives and some spatulas and wooden spoons to help out too.

For the last several months, I have assumed paper towels, napkins, trash bags, plastic utensils, and paper plates were shared between us as we both contribute, and we both use paper towels and napkins to clean up messes made. While we’re not keeping track of who buys what, I know that I definitely contribute by having bought in bulk a month ago a lot of supplies.

THE DILEMMA:

We were in our kitchen, where she has left a mess from making tacos and just left a disaster. She offered me some of the leftovers from her making dinner since I just got back from work. I just brought her a pint of ice cream since she

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Utensils divider for Ikea ORDNING
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My entitled grandmother stole my new clothes and exchanged them for steel utensils. So I gave away her utensils.

You can read about my grandmother in this post to better understand what kind of a person she was https://www.reddit.com/r/entitledparents/comments/e5ui6a/my_abusive_grandmother_made_sure_i_stayed_fat_so/

I'm Indian and in my country, till a few years ago, you could get steel utensils from door to door vendors in exchange for clothes. This barter system still exists in villages and some small towns.

My grandmother, being the insane hoarder that she was, loved getting utensils in this manner. Utensils that no one else was allowed to touch, that she would never use and would only gather dust in her room. Anytime my stepmom or my dad tried to donate our old clothes to charity, that cunt would throw a hissy fit. She'd collect all the clothes we weren't going to wear anymore so she could exchange them for pots and pans.

At times she would take it a step further and demand clothes that we were still going to wear. She would insist that they don't fit us anymore, or some other bullshi

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[Thanks] Special thanks to u/dreyHI for these lovely cooking utensils! Now I can cook and not worry about melting plastic ones or ruining pans with metal ones
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Perhaps utensils at public places shouldn’t be self-helped and restaurants shouldn’t put boxes of utensils on tables

I mean just think about an unclean hand (especially one that has been sneezed into or coughed into) reaching in and fiddling with the utensils. Or uncovered utensil boxes placed on the tables. I mean more likely than not someone will cough into them?

Okay random but just a suggestion to restaurant owners or other F&B owners out there!

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If food touches the table it is dirty but when utensils touch the table they are still clean.
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Shannon Sharpe called Kevin Durant a 3 letter garden utensil, and asked Jenny if she knew what he was talking about πŸ˜‚ streamable.com/r4utl
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Me: If you continue stealing my utensils,I'll move out.

My roommate: That's a whisk I'm willing to take.

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Thanks I hate this utensil Venn Diagram
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Roommate: If you keep stealing all my kitchen utensils than I'm moving out!

Me: That's a whisk I'm willing to take.

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What kind of psychopath uses utensils like this???
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How to survive quarantine without cooking, ordering food from outside, only eating healthy food, having no kitchen utensil, fridge at disposal?

Have no fridge, no kitchen, don't know when I'll be able to cook, if I'll have access to groceries then or not.

How can I survive in such a condition, by eating only healthy ready to eat food items?

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I work at a hospital where employees eat everyday with plastic utensils. My solution: fork and spoon in an old pencil case
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Utensil found in an antique store, the slit the middle is dull so not a peeler, any ideas? imgur.com/rH7IApO
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Comic 4208: Recyclable Drinking Utensils questionablecontent.net/v…
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Needed a utensil rack for by the firepit.
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I know this doesn’t really belong here but I just had to share with my simpaticosβ€”this is how my husband loads the utensil rack in the dishwasher (except the 4 forks on the right, which I did)
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Sat in a restaurant and this is attached to the wall as part of a display. It’s hollow inside the silver area. The silver area is 5/6 inches long 2.5 inches wide, the handle around 4 inches. What is the name of this of kitchen utensil? Also, what is it used for?
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Do you think chopsticks a feasible utensil to bring backpacking?

Pros:

  • Cheap (if not free)

  • Lighter than a metal spork (3 grams)

  • Environmentally friendly if you lose it

I’m honestly having trouble thinking of cons. Only thing that comes to mind is you can’t drink soup/liquids without sipping directly from your pot.

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These lunatics are coming for your kitchen utensils in the UK. Don't give any ground.
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Say, Ouija, which kitchen utensil can be used as a sex toy?
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If you poke all the way through with a hot utensil the plastic will melt together and the bag holds its seal and vaccuum. Apply micropore tape then peel apart to break seal and release vacuum. And a dab of silicone for SHIP and your bags never get exposed to air for inoculation πŸ‘Œ imgur.com/Tw8vHsz
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Needed a pie server, didn't have one, had plastic utensils and duct tape . . .
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My current go-to cooking utensil for CI - what do you like to use?
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[Thanks] for the oppor-tuna-ty to show off my latest catch! No need to scale back on my dorkiness now. You betta believe I loaded this fintastic pencil case up with all my favorite writing utensils. It's bass-ically the best! What can I say? I'm hooked!
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AITA for freaking out that my GF let the dog lick kitchen utensils.

Literally happened half an hour ago.

Background: we've large dog and are currently looking after a friend's small dog for a couple of days.

Our dog would normally eat dry food, the small one has his own wet, kinda jelly food.

We were all in the kitchen and my GF was feeding the dogs. Large one got his food from a measuring cup and she used a table spoon to break down the jelly for the small dog.

All good up to that point, we were standing, talking and then she reached out to the big dog to let him lick the spoon.

I think it's disgusting, dogs eat poop, lick eachothers balls etc. Since you don't boil the kitchen utensils or plates I would never give them to the dog to lick.

I've asked why she was doing this, but she was surprised I had issues with it and carried on letting the dog lick the spoon.

I raised my voice quite significantly, trying to make her stop with very little reaction other than why are you speaking to my like that

Anyway she claims she's been doing this all h

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What a smart boy! Alfred has learned to use utensils
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Utensils I made out of hickory
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Cutlery and utensils tray
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I had to tell my roommates to start using plastic plates/utensils

When I first moved in with this couple, I noticed i was the only one actually running the dishwasher and unloading it. At one point I did it 4 times straight in a row, and yes I've left it there to sit to see if any of them would take the initiative (shouldnt zero bowls left be an indicator?) and nothing would change.

Finally I decided that hey, im just never gonna touch the dishwasher ever again. Anything I use, i clean right there then immediately put back. This has been going on for about a year now.

A couple months ago, the boyfriend texted me that he thinks there might be some drainage issue in the dishwasher because he's found mold on some of the dishes. I told him its probably from the dishes just sitting there, and why nobody has done anything about it for the past 3 weeks (3 weeks before that, they actually ran the dishwasher for once). He said that he forgot and it never occurred to him to check the dishwasher.

Today I noticed we have zero bowls. I decided to check t

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What utensil has the most utility?
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This kitchen utensil that never gets used
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The very first bi meme by me! If I ever get married, lemon wedding cake will be served with that most magnificent of utensils
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Me watching people reach over the bar to grab utensils and sugar/sweeteners without asking
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I have decided to eat this without utensils.
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My first set of carved utensils from live oak on my first end grain cutting board
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My wife ordered new utensils. She couldn’t figure out why I was laughing.
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Hawaii’s Most Populated Island Passes Sweeping Single-Use Plastic Ban | Honolulu passed a bill banning most plastic utensils, food containers and straws on the island of Oahu, where almost 70% of the state’s residents live. m.huffpost.com/us/entry/u…
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What cooking utensil is this/what does it do? imgur.com/a/5CEwG4V
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C-Rations and utensils used during World War II
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What is your utensil of choice (teaspoon, tablespoon, fork) when eating dessert?
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Don't have a place for utensils to dry? Use a strainer!
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Baileys Chocolate Cake w/ Baileys Buttercream Frosting and White Chocolate Drizzle. I’m a novice cake baker. Took 6.5 hours, 4 mental breakdowns, and 1 cut-up toe from a dropped utensil to finish this fricken thing!!!
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Utensil Man - A friendly companion for your every eating need. +9 Charisma -18 Electric Damage
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Was gifted this alongside a variety of kitchen utensils and tools. It's 6 inches tall, about a foot in length, and made of solid metal.
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These utensils at Walmart
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Mr. Tonberry! Learn how to properly use your utensils!
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Mugi and her sparkling utensil
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LPT When you’ve poured a hot drink (coffee, tea, etc.) and it’s still too hot to drink, leave a metal utensil in the cup. The utensil will absorb some of the heat from the drink, effectively cooling it down.

The utensil will be warm when you remove it from the drink - be careful.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/llbrandonsmithll
πŸ“…︎ Feb 23
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Early Xmas gift from my husband, along with a 2 piece ramen bowl and utensil setting.
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πŸ‘€︎ u/bananaCandys
πŸ“…︎ Dec 16 2019
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I didn't want to be the bad guy anymore, so I stole some utensils for the gardener, harvested all his carrots, got him a snack and started blasting some music for him
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πŸ‘€︎ u/brugola
πŸ“…︎ Jan 16
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Wooden utensils spotted at grocery store imgur.com/zcdI4b1
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πŸ‘€︎ u/LeeHarveyT-Bag
πŸ“…︎ Mar 11
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The billion dollar company can’t give us utensils anymore apparently....
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πŸ‘€︎ u/maibuddha
πŸ“…︎ Jan 18
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Magnolia brand sells a purposely mismatched 5-piece set of β€œfarmhouse chic” cutlery for about $20; I went and picked out my own 20-piece set (including serving utensils) for only $2. (x-posted at r/Frugal)
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πŸ‘€︎ u/stardenia
πŸ“…︎ Jan 15
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Goodyear hall kitchen people, do you guys wash the utensils well?

I have mono and i know I damn well didnt get it from kissing

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πŸ‘€︎ u/amrycalre
πŸ“…︎ Feb 28
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Ribbed and curved wooden spoon like thing found in box of kitchen utensils. About 8 inches long.
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πŸ‘€︎ u/kpaul123
πŸ“…︎ Mar 02
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When your comp relies on a kitchen utensil to work
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πŸ‘€︎ u/Wondermelo
πŸ“…︎ Jan 20
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Hawaii’s Most Populated Island Passes Sweeping Single-Use Plastic Ban | Honolulu passed a bill banning most plastic utensils, food containers and straws on the island of Oahu, where almost 70% of the state’s residents live. m.huffpost.com/us/entry/u…
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πŸ‘€︎ u/SetMau92
πŸ“…︎ Dec 08 2019
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Apparently I just need to learn utensil ettiquette.
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πŸ‘€︎ u/Hemightbegiant
πŸ“…︎ Jan 21
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What is your favorite kitchen utensil?
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πŸ“…︎ Mar 07
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What would a meal eaten by someone of Jesus’s class look like? Did the class of someone affect how they ate? What class was Jesus? Were meals eaten sitting up? Were there chairs? What (if any) prayers were said before drinking and eating? What utensils would be used?

Edit upon reading u/LordHussyPants’ What sorts of food would Jesus of Nazareth have eaten? what foods were regularly eaten and which were for religious or cultic practices?

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πŸ‘€︎ u/nueoritic-parents
πŸ“…︎ Mar 05
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Salvaged fabric from some worn out clothes to make 2 utensil travel kits! Not bad for my first attempts
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πŸ‘€︎ u/darovedo
πŸ“…︎ Feb 11
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What are your favorite Cooking Utensils?

I know everyone is unique so Im pretty curious.

For me, a staub wooden spoonStaub Olive Wood Spoon

I use it for everything!

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πŸ‘€︎ u/ohdaschamp
πŸ“…︎ Feb 20
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What is the best way to stack plates and utensils for you when finished with a meal?

Haven’t worked in the industry but dine out a lot. I always try to make clearing as easy as possible. Is there a way that’s best for y’all to be most efficient? WHERE DO NAPKINS GO?! πŸ˜…

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πŸ‘€︎ u/theholysun
πŸ“…︎ Mar 12
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Flag of a nanny state that unironically confiscates kitchen utensils in weapon raids.
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πŸ‘€︎ u/SupposedlyImSmart
πŸ“…︎ Feb 26
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This might be a trivial question but will I get any grief for using this modern utensil?
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πŸ‘€︎ u/lcz219
πŸ“…︎ Mar 02
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Utensil Holders: $5.99/3
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πŸ‘€︎ u/mr_photograff
πŸ“…︎ Mar 01
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In halo glasslands when parangosky interrogates Halsey she lays out some pens and other writing utensils. Is this an interrogation tactic or just something she did for her own reasons?
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πŸ‘€︎ u/Zro6
πŸ“…︎ Mar 09
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When you clean high and wonder how utensils ended up in the underwear drawer
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πŸ‘€︎ u/alexH1114
πŸ“…︎ Mar 15
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In heck the guy in front of you in the buffet line always uses his hands to grab the food, not the utensils.
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πŸ‘€︎ u/MeMyselfAndI24
πŸ“…︎ Feb 02
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A cafΓ© I went to today gave me disposable wooden eating utensils
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πŸ“…︎ Feb 21
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Never realized how important the feel of a writing utensil can be
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πŸ‘€︎ u/Dranosh
πŸ“…︎ Jan 26
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All indians banging their utensils and clapping as a sign of respect to the medical community. v.redd.it/7fe996jsk0o41
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πŸ‘€︎ u/shivam111111
πŸ“…︎ Mar 21
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If all of the kitchen utensils had a war who would win?
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πŸ‘€︎ u/Chaosity_V2
πŸ“…︎ Mar 13
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AITA for asking my dad to say "please" when asking me to fetch him some utensils?

That's pretty much it.

Today my family was having lunch at the house when i arrived from an interview (i have been unemployed for a long time) and i was exited telling them about how it went when my dad ordered me to go to the kitchen to fetch him a knife.

I jokingly told him to say the "magic word" ("please"), when he got like from 0 to 100 mad and told me I never say please when asking for stuff (not entirely true) and that he has given me everything I have in life just to be a brat and I just rolled my eyes and stood up to get the goddamned knife at the same time as him and when I tried to give it to him he slapped my hand, grabbed another knife and hasn't spoke to me ever since.

I don't know if asking him to have some manners was an asshole move, but I am sure as hell that his reaction was incredibly childish for a 67 year old man.

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πŸ“…︎ Feb 28
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10 bucks for a pair of sterling and ivory serving utensils
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πŸ‘€︎ u/UrbanRelicHunter
πŸ“…︎ Feb 06
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My entitled grandmother stole my new clothes and exchanged them for steel utensils. So I gave away her utensils.

You can read more about my grandmother in my post history to better understand what kind of a person she was.

I'm Indian and in my country, till a few years ago, you could get steel utensils from door to door vendors in exchange for clothes. This barter system still exists in villages and some small towns.

My grandmother, being the insane hoarder that she was, loved getting utensils in this manner. Utensils that no one else was allowed to touch, that she would never use and would only gather dust in her room. Anytime my stepmom or my dad tried to donate our old clothes to charity, she would throw a hissy fit. She'd collect all the clothes we weren't going to wear anymore so she could exchange them for pots and pans.

At times she would take it a step further and demand clothes that we were still going to wear. She would insist that they don't fit us anymore, or some other bullshit argument to get us to hand them over. Seriously, we had to sometimes fight her to keep our clothes. Oh

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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πŸ“…︎ Jan 06
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My entitled grandmother stole my new clothes and exchanged them for steel utensils. So I gave away her utensils.

You can read more about my grandmother in my post history to better understand what kind of a person she was.

I'm Indian and in my country, till a few years ago, you could get steel utensils from door to door vendors in exchange for clothes. This barter system still exists in villages and some small towns.

My grandmother, being the insane hoarder that she was, loved getting utensils in this manner. Utensils that no one else was allowed to touch, that she would never use and would only gather dust in her room. Anytime my stepmom or my dad tried to donate our old clothes to charity, she would throw a hissy fit. She'd collect all the clothes we weren't going to wear anymore so she could exchange them for pots and pans.

At times she would take it a step further and demand clothes that we were still going to wear. She would insist that they don't fit us anymore, or some other bullshit argument to get us to hand them over. Seriously, we had to sometimes fight her to keep our clothes. O

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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