The internet is a storehouse of all kinds of funny and quirky content. There are so many interesting trivia facts and videos that we encounter on every scroll. You just never know what you'll end up learning on the internet! Recently, one such bizarre video caught the attention of internet users. The subject of the video itself was quite unusual, as it showed the royal etiquette of how to eat a banana like a queen. The video featured royal etiquette expert William Hanson who actually showed how a banana is eaten with a fork and knife by the Queen of England. Take a look:
Originally shared on YouTube three years ago, the video has been circulating widely once again on social media. "How to eat a banana like a queen," reads the subject of the video.
Watch the original video on YouTube here:
In the clip, Hanson demonstrates how to eat a banana with a fork and knife as per the unusual royal etiquettes. First, he uses a fork to hold the banana in place and cuts the two ends with a knife. Then, he proceeds to slice the banana diagonally so that the peel comes off and it can be opened to reveal the fruit within. Now, he simply uses a fork and knife to cut up pieces of the banana and eat them.
A number of users reacted to the video of the Queen's way of eating a banana. Many thought that this unusual etiquette was rather unnecessary for something as simple as eating a banana. Others felt that they would actually be intrigued to see more such videos from the royals' life.
Take a look at the reactions:
I'd peel it and eat it with my hands like I would with anyone else. Etiquette is class warfare.— Rev. Brian Beissel (@BrianthePastor) April 29, 2022
Bahaha ???? Next up: nachos— Zora's Turn (@ZoTurn) April 29, 2022
This is not the only time the humble banana fruit has been in the news. Recently, we read about how a robot learned to peel a banana without squishing it. Twitter users had a lot of questions about this development, and why the robot was trained for such a simple task.
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