This can get aggravating. You're out with folks who like to have something to complain about. And if that's not enough, it seems like the majority of the constant complainers really like to point out what they believe as someone's flaw, or difference, and do so loud and clear for all to notice when out in public.
With eating with chopsticks, I've been out dining with folks who've used them when myself and others there have not and I didn't think it as rude at all. Like mentioned, I'm impressed with those who've mastered the skill. I'm quite the novice at using chopsticks, needing lots of practice, and I find it fun doing so at home, though. I don't yet have the courage to try them out someplace. Heather just needs to be shown how and encouraged to practice, if she would be willing.
Those are cute graphics, Asharah.