Soc-hands - Sarah Otto January 31, 2007 Coburn-Collins...

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Sarah Otto January 31, 2007 Coburn-Collins Sociology 111 Eating with My Hands On January 28, 2006, Dan Porta and I took a close friend of ours out for dinner at Applebee’s. What our friend Tyler didn’t know was that we were going to see how he would react to our lack of manners. In American culture, silverware is supposed to use in order to eat properly. Dan and I ordered meals that would require the use of utensils, but not actually use them. We arrived at Applebee’s greeted by our friend Sarah, who is a hostess. We planned it that way so we could see her reaction as well. Our waitress was a girl I went to school with, so that made me a little nervous about having to eat with my hands. We were discussing what to order. Dan ordered a chicken and rice bowl and I ordered Alfredo. As our food came out, Dan and I put our silverware in the center of the table to start making things look suspicious. When we got our plates we slowly went to putting our hands in to eat.
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course SOC 111 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '07 term at Saginaw Valley.

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