Weekly Photo Challenge: Twist

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Ohashi this is called I’m told by a Japanese friend; a bridge.  A twist to chopsticks when there are none delivered with the take-out.

“This week, share a photo of something that says “twist” to you. It might be that perfect ice cream cone, a yummy bit of liquorice, or something unexpected that surprised, shocked, or startled you” says WordPress’ Krista for the Weekly Photo Challenge.

 

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About Angeline M

Love to travel, read, garden. I am a nurse case manager working in Disease Management. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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26 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Twist

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  2. Jo Bryant says:

    you must be making that up Angeline…

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  3. dp@large says:

    Necessity is the Mother of chopsticks! I was stuck in a Tokyo hotel once with a late night instant ramen and no ohashi. I found 2 toothbrushes in my travel bag and flipped them around like in the photo. It worked. Oishii kata!

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  5. That’s hardcore! And quite an unusual twist.

    janet

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  6. I love your solution to this challenge.

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  7. lorriebowden says:

    Perfect TWIST!! Love your take on it!!

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  8. Smiling here. 🙂 It could also be called improvisation.

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  9. Madhu says:

    Neat shot! But are you making that up Angeline? 🙂

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