What about dipping cookies into the milk or coffee?
Do you dip cookies, cakes, biscuits, bread or crackers into the coffee or milk or other beverage?
It is a sign of bad upbringing put cookies into the beverage in your country?
What about do this in a expensive restaurant?
In my country is a sign of disrespect, but I don't care, I do. For example it's impossible to resist not to put an Oreo into the coffee, or into the coffee of the neighboring person.
Do you "dip" cookies? it's the same "immerse" Can I use both?
correct me please I know something is wrong, but I don't know what.
aaha, ppl do this all time, is tradition, just normal, u do not do it in fancy restautrant , but at home or with friends and fmily, is normal
I do in restaurant too, people see me and I don't care.
Do you dip cookies, cakes, biscuits, bread or crackers into the coffee or milk or other drinks?
Is it a sign of bad upbringing to dip cookies into your drink, in your country?
What about do this in an expensive restaurant?
In my country it is a sign of disrespect, but I don't care, I still do it.
For example it's impossible to resist not dipping an Oreo into the coffee, or into the coffee of the neighboring person.
To put - gives the impression that you are leaving the cookie in the drink.
To immerse - means to completely cover, which isn't really the same.
You can also say dunk.
My children are told to always ask if they may dip their cookie, and if we are in an informal setting, I will let them.
What about doing this in an expensive restaurant?
I don't know much haha... but i think it is normal in here, in my country, to dip your cookies or biscuit into your drinks.
well, i am almost never dip my cookies nor biscuits to my drinks, except i want to add taste to my biscuit heheh
I have discovered a method: first, you can dunk the cookie into the milk and then into the coffee, but quickly! because cookie can melt!
its normal in my country
i like to dip my cookie to milk
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