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One question that I have:

In the UK, when eating, it's usual to use a knife and fork, the knife held in the right hand, the fork in the left.

In the US, people tend to cut up their food then put the knife down, transfer the fork to the right hand (if right handed), and eat what's been cut up so far.

How, why and when did these two eating habits diverge from what was presumably a common method of eating?
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jimc wrote:
One question that I have:

In the UK, when eating, it's usual to use a knife and fork, the knife held in the right hand, the fork in the left.

In the US, people tend to cut up their food then put the knife down, transfer the fork to the right hand (if right handed), and eat what's been cut up so far.

How, why and when did these two eating habits diverge from what was presumably a common method of eating?
George Washington wrote on this and this is the method he taught.
George Washington wrote:
95th Put not your meat to your Mouth with your Knife in your hand neither Spit forth the Stones of any fruit Pye upon a Dish nor Cast anything under the table.
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tomjasz wrote:
Brail key pads at the drive up bank window.
Have you never walked up to this type of window?
Actually some of the drive up ATM's double as wwalk up machines as well.

I would guess it's just easier and cost effective as well.
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Here's a liitle gem about US pronunciation.

Dialect Maps Showing The Variety Of American English :
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/06/dialect-maps_n_3395819.html?utm_hp_ref=tw
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That is pretty interesting. And having lived in widely separated places in the US I've encountered the differences first hand. I think this is largely driven by the large distances separating different parts of the US. Compared to the UK, we cover a huge geographic area.

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caschnd1 wrote:
That is pretty interesting. And having lived in widely separated places in the US I've encountered the differences first hand. I think this is largely driven by the large distances separating different parts of the US. Compared to the UK, we cover a huge geographic area.
Actually, the UK might be more diverse than you might imagine - go 5 miles down the road to the next village and encounter a different dialect and traditions, and I'm talking about this being within a single country (e.g. England, itself).

The same goes for other countries like Italy - cross a hill and you'll be told that the folk on the other side's food is terrible, etc. (LOL)

When I lived in CZ a decade ago, one of the major car manufacturers set up a gearbox production unit in Cheb, in the west of the country. They then couldn't understand why the Czechs wouldn't relocate there for work, especially from areas like Northern Moravia, where the unemployment rate was 25%! Of course, the company didn't factor in the fact that those people would have to move to Bohemia, which until about a century ago, was considered almost a separate country! Wha? emoticon

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jimc wrote:
Here's a liitle gem about US pronunciation.

Dialect Maps Showing The Variety Of American English :
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/06/dialect-maps_n_3395819.html?utm_hp_ref=tw
It appears Oklahomans have a perfectly normal dialect......
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not sure why
I got in line on accident.

I do say on line, but on accident really seems to bother me. Almost as much as irregardless.
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I'm blown away by the variety of dialects in a country the size of California... Don't you folks listen to one another?
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It appears Oklahomans have a perfectly normal dialect......
Define normal. I used to live there and I don't remember that part.
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Route 66 Lawdog wrote:
It appears Oklahomans have a perfectly normal dialect......
Define normal. I used to live there and I don't remember that part.
Ouch.
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I'm blown away by the variety of dialects in a country the size of California... Don't you folks listen to one another?
Ah dear old England, a country separated by a common language.
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Strange and baffling
When I was in AZ I bought these to ride around with my visor up and the screen removed when the "good weather gets here" HA fucking HA
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Some states require "approved eye protection", as defined by that particular state. Probably the HD glasses do not meet every state's requirements, and thus the disclaimer.
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tomjasz wrote:
The front told the story. You landscape with a riding helmet?
course not silly. I was just pointing out that the glasses are being sold under the Harley Davidson name...so like me, I bet a lot a lot of guys just buy them for what I thought they were for....eg; riding my Harley. or scooter in my case
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HD will allow their logo on anything that brings in money to them. Does not necessarily mean it is useful for riding.

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Does not necessarily mean it is useful for riding.

I see what you did there...
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You guys are strange. That's a mannequin
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Technically...
I think we would agree that it is a girllequin.
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I think we would agree that it is a girllequin.
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You guys are strange. That's a mannequin
I haven't looked down. Those could be some epic man boobs.

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elvispa wrote:
I think we would agree that it is a girllequin.
froggieposition wrote:
You guys are strange. That's a mannequin
I haven't looked down. Those could be some epic man boobs.

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Dooglas wrote:
Route 66 Lawdog wrote:
It appears Oklahomans have a perfectly normal dialect......
Define normal. I used to live there and I don't remember that part.
Ouch.
Ouch. And how!! (but at least the folks in these parts don't have any accent, well, not the ones born here, anyways) Razz emoticon
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Route 66 Lawdog wrote:
froggieposition wrote:
Dooglas wrote:
Route 66 Lawdog wrote:
It appears Oklahomans have a perfectly normal dialect......
Define normal. I used to live there and I don't remember that part.
Ouch.
Ouch. And how!! (but at least the folks in these parts don't have any accent, well, not the ones born here, anyways) Razz emoticon
Excuse me ... Isn't "no-accent" just another accent?
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Route 66 Lawdog wrote:
froggieposition wrote:
Dooglas wrote:
Route 66 Lawdog wrote:
It appears Oklahomans have a perfectly normal dialect......
Define normal. I used to live there and I don't remember that part.
Ouch.
Ouch. And how!! (but at least the folks in these parts don't have any accent, well, not the ones born here, anyways) Razz emoticon
Excuse me ... Isn't "no-accent" just another accent?
I don't talk. Only modern vespa. Razz emoticon
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froggieposition wrote:
YaYaDave wrote:
Route 66 Lawdog wrote:
froggieposition wrote:
Dooglas wrote:
Route 66 Lawdog wrote:
It appears Oklahomans have a perfectly normal dialect......
Define normal. I used to live there and I don't remember that part.
Ouch.
Ouch. And how!! (but at least the folks in these parts don't have any accent, well, not the ones born here, anyways) Razz emoticon
Excuse me ... Isn't "no-accent" just another accent?
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Does "Street" Count? Also Person-aquinnes? I speak Mashed up Mexican-American...aka "Pocho" also various Chicago accents.
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Re: And another thing
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I think I've asked this before. Why do you put roofs on bridges?
According to locals in Vermont and New Hampshire, it's to keep the snow from collapsing the wooden bridges.
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Re: And another thing
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terryvanman wrote:
I think I've asked this before. Why do you put roofs on bridges?
According to locals in Vermont and New Hampshire, it's to keep the snow from collapsing the wooden bridges.
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jimc wrote:
In the US, people tend to cut up their food then put the knife down, transfer the fork to the right hand (if right handed), and eat what's been cut up so far.
That's how my mama taught me. I can hear her in my ear whenever I try it the other way.
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jimc wrote:
In the US, people tend to cut up their food then put the knife down, transfer the fork to the right hand (if right handed), and eat what's been cut up so far.
That's how my mama taught me. I can hear her in my ear whenever I try it the other way.
I took an etiquette class when I was young and it is the technical "proper American" way to eat. Now this said, I use both styles intermittently depending on who is the dinner guest and where I am.
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Have you noticed that the majority of Americans start at the tip of cake or cupcake and work back to the other side.
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I don't eat cupcakes. Too sweet.
Most have too much icing. I guess I'm a bit baffled about that.....THREAD WINNER!
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rkcoker wrote:
Have you noticed that the majority of Americans start at the tip of cake or cupcake and work back to the other side.
I break mine in half leaving the top as one half and bottom the other. I eat the top first, frosting is usually real sweet, and then to get some sweet taste out of my mouth the bottom.

I'm not really into a lot of sweets so 1 cupcake every now and again.
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froggieposition wrote:
I don't eat cupcakes. Too sweet.
Most have too much icing. I guess I'm a bit baffled about that.....THREAD WINNER!
Lol. No sweet tooth here. I honestly prefer sour and tangy. Lemons, limes, many vinegar varieties, mustard. But then again I am a weirdo. Those who have met me can't attest
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Scotty J. wrote:
froggieposition wrote:
I don't eat cupcakes. Too sweet.
Most have too much icing. I guess I'm a bit baffled about that.....THREAD WINNER!
Lol. No sweet tooth here. I honestly prefer sour and tangy. Lemons, limes, many vinegar varieties, mustard. But then again I am a weirdo. Those who have met me can't attest
Not weird at all. I can relate.
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