Use of chopsticks is sophisticated

Use of chopsticks is sophisticated


Three long and two short: This means that before or during the replacement process, chopsticks of varying lengths are placed on the table.

This approach is unlucky, usually we call it “three longs and two shorts”.


hzh{display:none;}  其意思是代表“死亡”。Because the Chinese used to think that people would put in coffins after they died. When people put in coffins before they were put in, the components of the coffin were two short wooden boards on the front and back, and three long wooden boards on the sides and bottom.A piece of wooden board together with gypsum casing material is exactly three long and two short, so it is extremely unlucky.


Fairy guidance: This method is also extremely unacceptable. This method of holding chopsticks is to use your thumb and middle finger, ring finger, little finger to pinch the chopsticks, and a small number of index fingers.

In the eyes of Beijingers, this is called “swearing.”

Because the index finger form always points at others during meals, Beijingers generally symbolize that the index finger refers to the other person, and most of them mean blame.

  Therefore, using fingers to eat people with chopsticks is tantamount to blame others. This is the same as swearing and cannot be allowed.

There is also a situation that means the same, that is to talk to others during meals and point people with chopsticks.


Pingu sound retention: This method is also not possible. The method is to hold one end of the chopsticks in your mouth and use your mouth to slap back and forth, making a squeaking sound from time to time.

This behavior is considered a mean practice.

Because the nature of chopsticks with your mouth when eating is a kind of rude behavior, coupled with sound, it is even more boring.

Therefore, this practice is generally considered to be a global tutor and cannot be allowed.


Knocking down the bowl: This behavior is expected to beggars asking for food. The practice is to knock the bowl with chopsticks when placing.

Because in the past, only those who asked for food hit the rice bowl with chopsticks. The sound of the sound was matched with the mourning in their mouths, which made pedestrians pay attention and give alms.

This practice is considered to be extremely mean and shameless.


Persuasion to patrol the city: This method is to hold the chopsticks, if there is no human shape, use the chopsticks to go back and forth in the dish on the table, I do not know where to place chopsticks.

Obvious behavior is a typical manifestation of lack of cultivation, and no one is extremely amazing.


Lost planing grave: This refers to holding the chopsticks in the dish to keep pulling in order to find prey, just like a grave planing grave.

This approach is similar to the “Lost City Tour”, which is a lack of education and annoying.


Tears of tears: In fact, this is when using chopsticks to put vegetables on your plate, trying to resist falling, and pouring the soup to other dishes or on the table.

This practice is considered severely rude and equally undesirable.


Upside down: This means that the chopsticks will be used upside down. This method is very despised. It is the so-called revival that chooses no food, so that it doesn’t care about the face. It is absolutely impossible to turn the chopsticks down.


Dinghaishenzhen: It is not acceptable to use a chopstick to insert dishes on the plate when it is placed. This is considered a shame to people placed at the same table.

Making such a move at dinner is the same as the typical middle finger in public in Europe, which is not acceptable.


In front of the public: when it is often for the sake of helping others to serve rice, in order to save trouble, insert a pair of chopsticks in the rice and hand it to the other party.

It is regarded as disrespected by the people, because Beijing ‘s tradition only begins when incense is used for the dead. If you insert a pair of chopsticks into the rice, it is treated as if it were incense for the dead.The bowl is never accepted.
Crossing: This is often not noticed. When you cross, put chopsticks on the table casually.

This is wrong. For Beijingers, it is considered that hitting a fork at a dinner table is a complete negation of other people at the same table. It is known that students write wrong homework, and the teacher’s fork in a book is of the same nature and cannot be accepted by others.

In addition, this approach is also disrespectful to yourself, because in the past, you only hit the fork when you took a lawsuit. This can also be a denial of yourself. This is also not possible.


Shocked on the ground: The so-called “shocked on the ground” means that the chopsticks are dropped on the ground by mistake, which is a manifestation of serious rudeness.

Because Beijingers believe that all ancestors were dormant in the ground and were beaten incorrectly, the landing of chopsticks is equivalent to shocking the ancestors in the ground. This is a great filial piety, so this behavior is not allowed.

  There is a break method. Once the chopsticks land, you should quickly use the floor chopsticks to draw a cross on the ground according to the direction in which you are sitting.

Its direction is north-south first, then north-south.

It means that I am not a thing, and I shouldn’t startle my ancestors, and then pick up the chopsticks, and say in the mouth that I should be damned.