the tray of the cutlery draw that's parallel to the drawer handle, you know, the one which has 3 chopsticks, the apple corer and THAT device which the mother-in-law gave you for christmas 2 years ago which you've no idea what it's for.
Keep it in the drawer. Draw is something an artist does.
I've had mine for years and it has never been out of the top flap of my sack. It does get washed occasionally, usually I 'wash' it while stirring mates brew before stirring my own
I'd argue that a spork is more than 50% spoon and so if you choose to segregate you cutlery like a right wing cutlerist, i'd suggest putting it in with the spoons, although I dream of a day where spoon and fork may live as one, where it is accepted that all cutlery is created equal.
Ah.. a protective layer of filth! Just like my coffee cup.
My thinking being that if coffee ran out altogether, I'd get a couple of brews from the scrapings off the spork. Either that or call out MRT, apparantly they always make you a brew when they reach you.
It's true, even if you don't like the stuff! but then you drink it cos you don't want to appear ungrateful!
ive always how judgemental they are when they rescue you. what are there characters like e.g angry teacher / disappointed parent /piss taking mate
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