1) a pair of small even-length tapered sticks, which are generally believed to have originated in ancient China, and are the traditional eating utensils of China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and Vietnam.
2) a more recent FAD that has appeared to be popular amongst children and young teens is the game of Chopsticks. It is a turn-by-turn based game where each person starts with one finger on each hand. Each turn, the player can either add his finger to one of the opponent's finger's (while keeping their own finger)or move fingers to the other hand. When one hand reaches the number 5, the hand dies but can still receive a finger from the other hand. You can not switch a finger to another hand if it would just result in moving one hand to the other side. For example, if you have two on one hand and three on the other. You can not move one finger and get three on one hand and two on the other. There are 5+ variations of the game so if you want to actually play with someone, you must first discuss the rules, such as remainders, attacking your own hand, who starts, allowed to move fingers, etc.
Dude, you NEED to learn how to use chopsticks if your going to go eat ramen. It taste so much better with them
*Oriental eating utensils (Oriental, as in, Chinese or Japanese or Korean, or others like Burmese or Vietnamese, etc etc). Basically it's two sticks that are held in a certain way that they can be used to pick up anything, mostly food, given chopsticks' purpose.
If you're a full-blooded oriental, you can probably pick up a single piece of rice with chopsticks! Or maybe even a single noodle!
"That is so chopsticks man!"
"No way man that's meta!"
"No you dumbasses it's friggin' AK-47; it sucks."