The big question: whether to use your fingers, a fork or a spoon to eat chocolate cake! Is it rude to eat it with your fingers? Personally, I vary between the three...sometimes using a spork! What does everyone else do??
If it's chocolate with Cream or very moist - a spoon or fork.
If it's plain - fingers.
out in a resturant with a fork or spoon depending on the type. at home fingers and tounge sry couldn't resist but it's true and very exciting for the man.
First choice- fork
Second choice- spoon
Third choice- fingers
I certainly would not leave it because i didnt have anything to eat it with.
In a bowl with milk over it.
Mmmmmmmmmm you should try it.
my grandpa always ate his cake like that and I guess I just copied from him.
What is this fork and spoon you speak of? I pick up my plate and burry my face into the cake just kidding I use the fork...YAY love for the spork!
i use a fork, but if there's ice cream with it i use a spoon. i love when the ice cream melts into the cake and makes it all gooey...
depends whether how tempting it is...I can eat it with my hands if need to
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