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35987 No.8873  

Just because you can do something doesn't mean you should.

>> No.8874  

this was done exactly for taking a picture. you're as bad as them

>> No.8880  

How I N S I G H T F U L

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/a-history-of-western-eating-utensils-from-the-scandalous-fork-to-the-incredible-spork-64593179/

Insightful from that link: "But first back to the fork, which has the most checkered past of all eating utensils. In fact, the seemingly humble instrument was once considered quite scandalous, as Ward writes. In 1004, the Greek niece of the Byzantine emperor used a golden fork at her wedding feast in Venice, where she married the dogefs son. At the time most Europeans still ate with their fingers and knives, so the Greek bridefs newfangled implement was seen as sinfully decadent by local clergy. gGod in his wisdom has provided man with natural forks—his fingers,h one of the disdainful Venetians said. gTherefore it is an insult to him to substitute artificial metal forks for them when eating.h When the bride died of the plague a few years later, Saint Peter Damian opined that it was Godfs punishment for her hateful vanity."

>> No.8892  

>>8873
Westerners have become smart ! It is in line with perfection idea; "Because you have a mouth does not mean you say everything".



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