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For bowl lickers.
crazyninny at 1:02PM, Jan. 30, 2008
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For us people who lick the bowls, what do you prefer to use? Finger, spoon, spatula, or something else?

I prefer using my finger, gives me more coverage, and better accuse to the bottom of the bowl.
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Merrywhite Jenkins at 1:05PM, Jan. 30, 2008
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Tongue.
I always have done, as long as nobody can see me doing it. XD
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amanda at 1:08PM, Jan. 30, 2008
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I have a specific spatula for bowl-licking (bowl-spatula-ing?) purposes.
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kyupol at 1:26PM, Jan. 30, 2008
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Glarg at 2:07PM, Jan. 30, 2008
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Tounge. It's more adgile, more flexible, and less tiresome then trying to scrape food up into a spoon… only to have it fall back out into the bowl.
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Dragonizer at 2:58PM, Jan. 30, 2008
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Combination of finger and tongue. Usually the latter for plates, though.
As long as nobody can see me doing it, like Merry said. Haha.
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mlai at 3:16PM, Jan. 30, 2008
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Tongue for plates. Skips the middleman.
Bowls are usually too deep to lick without getting it all over the face/nose/hair, so spoon for that.

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Jimeth at 3:34PM, Jan. 30, 2008
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I eat with my family, so it's the spoon or fork for me. However, I'm off to university in a few months, and then… who knows?

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Custard Trout at 3:54PM, Jan. 30, 2008
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Tongue, even on bowls. If I get in on my face I just lick it off.

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lastcall at 4:13PM, Jan. 30, 2008
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crazyninny at 6:53PM, Jan. 30, 2008
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Combination of finger and tongue. Usually the latter for plates, though.
As long as nobody can see me doing it, like Merry said. Haha.

Same thing, but I only don't lick the plate when I'm out in public.
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seventy2 at 8:41PM, Jan. 30, 2008
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i use a combination technique….

i start with the spoon….till it's done…then i moves in with the spatula….and i finish it off with my tongue…
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Aurora Moon at 2:03AM, Jan. 31, 2008
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Tongue for plates. Skips the middleman.
Bowls are usually too deep to lick without getting it all over the face/nose/hair, so spoon for that.

ditto. :)
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Renga Studio at 7:14AM, Jan. 31, 2008
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Any of the above, depending on the situation. However, it's not always a good idea to use your finger to scrape up, say, greasy cake batter; that often results in hands that are difficult to clean.
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ozoneocean at 7:29AM, Jan. 31, 2008
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A piece of bread.
 
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Frostflowers at 9:28AM, Jan. 31, 2008
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Bowls - especially ice cream bowls - should be cleaned using a combination of spoon, fingers and tongue. If it's a deep bowl, using only your tongue is tricky - it usually results in a very sticky face. :P
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LoveandGuns at 11:48AM, Jan. 31, 2008
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Finger, and I usually hide from doing it in front of my mother (she gets really upset when I do it). lawl.
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Memmy at 11:51AM, Jan. 31, 2008
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I used to lick bowls and plates, but I have fallen out of pratice. Maybe I should start doing it again… Hmm.

I do know I still lick the mixing bowl after making cookies. Hmmm… Cookie dough!
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usedbooks at 7:05PM, Jan. 31, 2008
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Actually, I like to use bread for dinner dishes. ;) I'll use a spoon for dessert food or when I'm baking.

Sometimes…


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ozoneocean at 7:26PM, Jan. 31, 2008
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"A bread“? That's a phrasing I've heard before… It's curious to me. Is it another way to talk about to a ”piece“ or ”slice“ of bread. or something slightly different?

Heh, I don't know but I suspect it's a nationality thing like US biscuits/non-US biscuits (US cookies).

My cat licks my plate! But only if there's meaty stuff there. He's 100% carnivore… Won't touch anything else.
-Not like Tiger, she used to love cake and anything sweet. Cats are meant to be genetically incapable of having a sweet tooth, but then that wasn't ”discovered" very long ago and using only one or two genes as a sole determinant for that kind of thing is quite blunt an crude.
 
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usedbooks at 7:39PM, Jan. 31, 2008
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"A bread“? That's a phrasing I've heard before… It's curious to me. Is it another way to talk about to a ”piece“ or ”slice" of bread. or something slightly different?
Just a typo. Sometimes, even I am not perfect…
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ozoneocean at 7:43PM, Jan. 31, 2008
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I didn't intend to be mean at all, I make worse typos ALL the time. Much worse! It's just that I have heard it said that way before deliberately and I wondered :/

Sorry for seeming to pull you up on something. I wasn't really. :(
 
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usedbooks at 7:49PM, Jan. 31, 2008
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I didn't intend to be mean at all, I make worse typos ALL the time. Much worse! It's just that I have heard it said that way before deliberately and I wondered :/

Sorry for seeming to pull you up on something. I wasn't really. :(
lol. I know.

My friends have weird dialects, so I have to get them to clarify things all the time to find out if they misspoke or if they were using a weird rural phrase I'm unfamiliar with.
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Aussie_kid at 4:07AM, Feb. 4, 2008
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I use a combination sometimes. Usually a spoon, but if it won't be scooped up, tongue it is. I just don't like getting my fingers dirty. Oh, and this is for ice cream and other deserts by the way (At home). For cake mix, either a spoon or spatula
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Short_Circuiting at 5:27AM, Feb. 4, 2008
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Actually, I like to use bread for dinner dishes. ;) I'll use a spoon for dessert food or when I'm baking.

Sometimes…


After all, I gotta keep my army fed and strong.

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for licking bowls, i don't normally do it, unless i'm baking brownies and i REALLY want that batter. Then i'll use a spoon. i can't sick my face in the mixing bowl because i'll fail and i would prefer not to touch the batter with my hands. xD
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fazz33 at 7:03AM, Feb. 4, 2008
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tongue for plates, fingers for bowls :) Fingers and tongues offer more surface area to be covered with the same amount of effert, at the expense of hygeine, but who needs that anyways :P
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HybridLemonade at 5:41AM, Feb. 7, 2008
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I use my face.
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silentkitty at 6:59AM, Feb. 7, 2008
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Totally tongue, and then finger for any bits that I can't reach with my tongue (if the bowl is too deep or whatever).

Screw spoons, they leave too much behind. lol!
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Ikos at 7:22AM, Feb. 7, 2008
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Totally tongue, and then finger for any bits that I can't reach with my tongue (if the bowl is too deep or whatever).

Screw spoons, they leave too much behind. lol!

I have to say that I agree!
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