That's great, John!!!!
Is that a kit or did you make them from scratch ?
I'd love to make some of these for my Italian friends who always give me a hard time about twirling my s'getti.....
Thanks for posting this
That's cool,John.:thumbsup:But I'm really quite confused? Are those made for the right hand or left? And how is one supposed to use them?Are they supposed to be turned clockwise or counter clockwise?:blink: I hope instructions are forthcoming?:laughing:
That's hilarious! I (an Englishman) originally learned to wind up my pusgetti with a spoon and fork, but I long ago graduated to not needing the spoon. I can also use chopsticks, but I could never figure out a fish fork.
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