This post by the Royal Butler will offend you if you eat rice using hands
Team Udayavani, Mar 9, 2021, 10:00 AM IST
A Twitter user named, “The Royal Butler,” Britain’s etiquette expert posted a picture of an almost-finished plate of rice and claimed that rice is better eaten with a knife, fork, or chopsticks.
According to his bio, he is also a Royal Commentator/Aide and former butler to Prince Charles, William, and Harry. He captioned, “Ladies and gentlemen, remember we always use a knife and fork or chopsticks to eat rice! We do not use our hands or fingers!!!”
Ladies and gentlemen, remember we always use a knife and fork or chopsticks to eat rice! We do not use our hands or fingers !!! 😨 pic.twitter.com/xCJEKXg26K
— The Royal Butler (@TheRoyalButler) March 6, 2021
Netizens were quick to react to this.
Let us rice eaters dictate how to eat rice. Stick to your mashed potatoes.
— 하나 (@MMM35125687) March 6, 2021
Your opinion is unvalid, wash your butt with water first then we can talk
— Name cannot be blank (@HanaChan3000) March 7, 2021
If your etiquette teaches you to make fun of someone's culture, then there is a need to improve your etiquette….
— काशी✨ (@Mediocre_saying) March 7, 2021
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