There's something inherently special about eating foods that don't call for the interference of utensils. I mean, sure, ...

There's something inherently special about eating foods that don't call for the interference of utensils. I mean, sure, forks, knives and spoons are pretty amazing tools in the history of human inventiveness, but devouring a delicious meal with the use of only your hands (and, subsequently, a dispenser's-worth of napkins) is, in some strange way, uniquely liberating.

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