Silverware is for serving up the grub.Looks hella good!
1. I've never tried, nor ever wish to embarrass myself by trying to eat rice with chop sticks. The logistics of it baffle me.
2. I see silverware and chop sticks. Do you just use the silverware to serve or is the use of silverware also integrated in eating a meal?
...pardon my ignorance
You'd be surprised how good things are until you tried it.Looks great.... until you read what's actually in there.
I'd probably be just fine eating that if the ingredients were kept from me until I'd tried everything.
I really have no idea what you're meaning or point is.And I'm glad that your wife must obviously have her mothers looks.
I was trying to be nice. You know, saying (in a round about way) that your wife is way too pretty to have taken her fathers looks.I really have no idea what you're meaning or point is. Her mother is 65 and my wife is 38. Hardly any at all.
The shirt thing is OK, but the spitting bones on the table took some time to get used to.The food is delicious, but watching adults hold bones in their hands to eat, spitting the bones onto the table when they have gnawed off the meat, and the topless man would make me feel nauseous.
I was going to say something similar to this. It's so rounded and shiny. :khi2d: It's kind of freaky.But Papa Yamato looks like he's gonna pop kittens.
Oh, he looks like a nice man. He just has a cute, shiny belly, lol.It's not Mr. Yamamoto, it's Mr. Wong.
His belly is big and I thought you people would get a kick out of it but also his heart is just as big. He is a very gentle kind man.
He also knows Kung-fu and without exaggerating, he knows which points to strike that would either knock you unconscious or kill you. Either way, you'd been neutralized and neutered at the same time.