Poll: Do you pick up the bowl to eat?
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View poll results: Do you pick up the bowl to eat?
Yes
13 36%
No
19 53%
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4 11%
Voters: 36.
#1
If you're eating a bowl of pasta or maybe something like a pot noodle , do you pick the bowl up to eat from it or just leave it on the table or whatever.

Leaving it on the table means less effort is needed all in all but it means the fork or spoon will need to travel a much further distance (this is a spillage risk) than if you're up close.

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#2
Depends on where I am eating.
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#3
nope.
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#4
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Leaving it on the table means less effort is needed all in all but it means the fork or spoon will need to travel a much further distance (this is a spillage risk) than if you're up close.

Holding the bowl in your hand is an even bigger spillage risk. I take my chances and leave it on the table.
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#5
Yes if we're talking about small and high bowls like this one.
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Last edited by urik at Dec 2, 2009,
#7
I leave it on the table and lean my head right over the top of the bowl. Thus shortening fork distance and when food drops, it falls back into bowl.

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#9
If I'm not sitting near a table, I'll pick up the bowl. The rest of the time, I'll just keep it on the table. I don't spill things because I'm not retarded.

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#10
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Yes if we're talking about small and high bowls like this one.


If its a bowl like this i'll hold it in my left and my fork or spoon in my right.
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#11
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I leave it on the table and lean my head right over the top of the bowl. Thus shortening fork distance and when food drops, it falls back into bowl.

Thank you.


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I leave it on the table and lean my head right over the top of the bowl. Thus shortening fork distance and when food drops, it falls back into bowl.

Thank you.


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#13
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If I'm not sitting near a table, I'll pick up the bowl. The rest of the time, I'll just keep it on the table. I don't spill things because I'm not retarded.

This thread is strange.


Hold on. What if you've just got in from the cold and thus your fingers are all slow an stiff and possibly shaking and you find whoevers in the house has kindly made you a bowl of hot soup of some sort. Soup is easy to spill.

Do you still leave it on the table and risk having scalding soup (and possible vegetable chunks) cascade down to the floor below and thus causing undue hassle? This risk is amplified when you consider the soup could potentially hit you!