I just eat spaghetti the same way as any other meal: from a bowl with a pouring spout.
That scene was the frist thing to occur to me too. A lovely film.
I imagined that they figured they had merely hired a woman who looked good in a catsuit, but they got Jolene Blalock, who both looked good in a catsuit and could really act. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ixrje2rXLMA
I was just at my favorite pho place the other day watching the cook fill dozens of bowls of noodles swiftly and efficiently using tongs and scissors, and I thought, I should do that.
If you’ve ever sported a beard you’ll understand.
What didn’t Buster Keaton do?!
Where I come from, some folks would break the dry spaghetti in half before cooking it. We always thought that was weird because, being kids, we thought twirling long spaghetti on a fork was part of the fun. I suppose if a person broke dry spaghetti into thirds, that would eliminate the need for scissors.
I’m going with “talk”.
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