Okay, you know something? Here's the thing: if you've put your fork in your mouth, I don't want it any where near my food. Got that? So, in other words, let's just say there's only one serving spoon for dishing out the vegetables. And someone, say, someone I don't know very well, is sitting at the communal table dishing out the veggies to himself and notices that there should be one more utensil. But there isn't. And he's too lazy to go get one from the kitchen. So, he takes his own fork and uses that to help dish out his food. When he's done, he then offers ME some veggies. "Would you like some?" he blinked. "Ah no thanks, I'm good," was all I could muster. At least he coughed repeatedly into his hand after I witnessed this lazy display. Honestly now people. Your mouth and my food? I don't think so. Don't put what's been in your mouth near the food the rest of us have to eat. And damn, I was kinda hankering for some of those veggies too.