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Is a straw an eating utensil?

Postby -_-Monkey-_- on Jun 13 2018, 3:18pm

Ive been pondering a deep philosophical question and Ild like the KAWmunities opinion...

...do you consider a “straw” an eating utensil? Please vote yes or no and discuss why you think so. Most specifically a Slurpee Straw.






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Re: Is a straw an eating utensil?

Postby -_-Monkey-_- on Jun 13 2018, 3:22pm

...Ild really like HiT Squads opinion on this one. Thank you 
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Re: Is a straw an eating utensil?

Postby MH-Caedis on Jun 13 2018, 4:01pm

If you’re a quadriplegic, a straw is the only utensil you can use on your own.

So yes

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Re: Is a straw an eating utensil?

Postby __Falco_of__WoG___ on Jun 13 2018, 4:54pm

Caedis wrote:If you’re a quadriplegic, a straw is the only utensil you can use on your own.

So yes

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Re: Is a straw an eating utensil?

Postby -SS-Thrawn-SS- on Jun 13 2018, 4:54pm

Yah, you can eat applesauce and yogurt and granola (if you try), soup, canned pumpkin/pumpkin pie filling, lettuce/salad (if you use two straws like chopsticks, or just stab the lettuce with one straw), pudding, all sorts of foods.

Of course, if you use the straw for drinking [presumably a liquid], it is then not an eating utensil.
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Re: Is a straw an eating utensil?

Postby HiT__XxFrontxX__HiT on Jun 13 2018, 5:05pm

-_-Monkey-_- wrote:...Ild really like HiT Squads opinion on this one. Thank you 



Oh snap...I see what you did here!

I'd respond but I'm busy being irrelevant and useless atm. Keep flinging that poo:)

(On topic, I suppose however you are currently using it dictates the designation)
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Re: Is a straw an eating utensil?

Postby -_-Monkey-_- on Jun 13 2018, 5:37pm

-SS-Thrawn-SS- wrote:Yah, you can eat applesauce and yogurt and granola (if you try), soup, canned pumpkin/pumpkin pie filling, lettuce/salad (if you use two straws like chopsticks, or just stab the lettuce with one straw), pudding, all sorts of foods.

Of course, if you use the straw for drinking [presumably a liquid], it is then not an eating utensil.



hmmm ...very insightful thank you Thrawn. So if it’s a liquid like let’s sayyyyyyy ....well any ole liquid beverage would do, lets say “Yoo Hoo” or a “Yoo Hoo” type substance and I use a straw to drink said liquid substance (may it be “Yoo Hoo” or not) it’s technically not “using a utensil”? ...correct?

Ild really like to hear some more opinions from other mods ..devs too 
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Re: Is a straw an eating utensil?

Postby -_-Monkey-_- on Jun 13 2018, 5:41pm

...I mean I think I see what you’re saying here Thrawn, like if I came across a chocolate brownie or a snickers bar and started stabbing either one of those with a straw hoping to pick it up that way and eat it, it would be a utensil right? ...not a very effective one but technically an “eating” utensil? Correct?
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Re: Is a straw an eating utensil?

Postby -_-Monkey-_- on Jun 13 2018, 5:45pm

HiT__XxFrontxX__HiT wrote:
(On topic, I suppose however you are currently using it dictates the designation)



...hey bro thanks XxFrontxX yo your opinion means a lot to me I do appreciate it. So you’re basically agreeing with Thrawn? ...correct?
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Re: Is a straw an eating utensil?

Postby -_-Monkey-_- on Jun 13 2018, 5:47pm

...really would like to hear from other mods and devs 
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