My friend gave me a bowl of ice cream and raspberries the other day


#1

and it came with a teaspoon! is this a thing?

one of my other friends does this, but she’s Swedish, so that makes complete sense.

he said it was something to do with making it last longer, but I think it’s because he wanted to give me less, even though I’d provided the ice cream and raspberries in the first place.

small bowl, too. wooden bowl


#2

how did you find the wooden bowl?

seems pretty hygge


#3

87% hygge


#4

Tiny plates and smaller cutlery is meant to be a good weight-loss tip isn’t it?


#5

Teaspoon for ice cream, yoghurt, and Gü style puddings because I’m not a savage


#6

I like to eat ice cream from a mug with a tea spoon. Don’t judge me.


#7


#8

are you unable to limit the amount of shit you put on your spoon? or in your gob, for that matter


#9

I make no promises


#10

Your picture is wider than it was a little while back, shrewbie. System up to his old tricks?


#11

obviously, but there’s a reason spoons of various sizes exist. Otherwise we’d all just eat everything with ladles or serving spoons. That would be fucking madness!


#12

teaspoons for stirring
tablespoons for table actions
other spoons for lifting veg etc


#13

I think you may have the tablespoon confused with the dessert spon


#14

he won’t get off my tail


#15

you mean soup spoon?


#16

who are you talking to, ya fucking dick?


#17

A dessert spoon is a spoon designed specifically for eating dessert and sometimes used for soup or cereals. Similar in size to a soup spoon (intermediate between a teaspoon and a tablespoon) but with an oval rather than round bowl, it typically has a capacity around twice that of a teaspoon.

A tablespoon is a large spoon used for eating or serving. In most English-speaking regions, the term now refers to a large spoon used for serving


#18

No a soup spoon has a different shape to a dessert spoon.

Did none of you graduate from finishing school?


#19

got ya, man. although no one with any semblance of a functioning brain would use a soup spoon for cereal.