Scrape your teeth on the fork?

This may be the lamest pitting ever but… What the fuck is the deal with folks who have lips but peel em back and scrape food off their forks with their fucking teeth?

That is all.


I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone doing that, but if I did, I might be tempted to tell them that they look like a fox eating shit off a barbed wire fence.

Feel free to use that.

It goes straight to the brain like nails on a chalkboard.

I once asked a friend of mine why she does it and she said that it’s about not wanting to have her lipstick on the fork. What she should have done was remove her lipstick and re-apply it after the meal.

How does she drink? Does she just pour the beverage into her mouth without contact? :slight_smile:

Do you know many people that do not have lips?

Gah! Just reading the thread title made me wince…

My stepdad was extremely allergic to the sound. He once stabbed my brother with a fork after hearing a mere tap.

I sure hope your brother wasn’t allergic to being stabbed with a fork.

Actually everyone is allergic to my stepfather. :slight_smile:

I don’t have an answer for you, but I’ll bet they’re the same people who refuse to put their lips together while chewing, too. Makes me want to stab them in the lips with the fork.

My office partner sucks his teeth after eating. It’s extremely annoying, especially since he snacks constantly.

I have never heard of this practice, and I am very glad. Well, I was glad. Damn you, OP!

That sounds like a gateway to shooting a man in Reno just to watch him die. :smiley:

These people who scrape the fork with their teeth, do they also scrape the plate with their utensils? If you want to kill them, you have my blessing.

You can put a straw in a beer can, you know.

My teeth hurt just thinking about attempting this peculiar act. It has GOT to be bad for your teeth.

Hahahahaaaa!! This has to be the funniest thread of the day. My first thought was Oakminster’s response. :slight_smile:

I’ve seen quite a number of people, usually women, eat this way. I always presume it’s to keep from ingesting lipstick.

That said, I see no problem with it, and don’t understand why this would bother anyone. Usually, you don’t actually hear anything. This reminds me of folks who go into apoplectic fits whenever they see someone talking on a cell phone while walking in the street. Why do you care?

And why would it be bad for your teeth? Forks are generally not abrasive.