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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    Forks, spoons, knives. Then teaspoons at the front.
    Another normal, correct person 👍🏼

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    Knives, forks, spoons.

    Teaspoons in the front horizontal thing.

    Longer/sharp knives in the long vertical space on the right hand side.

    Never have I been more affronted on BH than by the suggestion that soup and dessert spoons point different ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    from the left: big forks, knives, dessert spoons, soup spoons, then in the long compartment on the far right, dessert forks up the top and teaspoons at the bottom. there's also a horizontal compartment at the top where I keep the "small knives" (I think they're supposed to be like entree knives or butter knives) and then steak knives dumped on top.

    I'm not fazed with the order of the draw but each category of cutlery must be stacked neatly otherwise I lose my shiit 😂
    I'm curious, what's a dessert fork?

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    We have spoons, forks, knives, steak knives go in the bigger section and teaspoons, peelers, baby spoons in the front section.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    I'm curious, what's a dessert fork?
    They are pretty much a little fork. With 3 prongs (they are called prongs arent they???) I use mine a lot for cakes and if I am eating fruit that is cut up in small pieces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Knives, forks, spoons.

    Teaspoons in the front horizontal thing.

    Longer/sharp knives in the long vertical space on the right hand side.

    Never have I been more affronted on BH than by the suggestion that soup and dessert spoons point different ways.
    You're in SA ! We've already moved wayyyy ahead of you here lady!
    You want affronted? It's putting things out of order?!?!??????!!!!!!!

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    All in no order at the moment lol

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    No, all four of you are wrong.
    Arrggghhhh, I didn't mean to thank you. Just 'cause we're in the minority, doesn't mean we're wrong ;-)

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    Who has time even to organise that kind of stuff 😂😂😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
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    Who has time even to organise that kind of stuff 😂😂😂
    You're a trouble maker. Fairly certain you just caused some hubbers brains to implode.

    Me....meh. That's pretty much what my whole house looks like right now.

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