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Day 42 - More Cutlery

At Kao San Evan and I like to frequent the food stalls on the side of the road, which have baskets of spoons, forks, and chopsticks for you to serve yourself from. I like to watch the new tourists who choose chopsticks because they want to fit in. Little do they know, Thai people hardly ever use chopsticks, but instead use a spoon most of the time and push food onto it with their fork.

So, now you know. At your next Thai restaurant, don't go for the chopsticks, unless you're eating noodles.

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