Are you left-handed? If so, that might explain it. But seriously, I don't think people would be too judgmental based on a few so-called "peculiarities". I know I wouldn't
I am left-handed so I hold my knife and fork "backwards". No one seems to mind or care though. It is a matter of practicality. In the Philippines, you will rarely see anyone using a knife at the table. The edge of a a spoon is often used to cut meat as well as to eat with. The fork is used to hold the meat while the spoon cuts it! A spoon and fork are also used to separate the bones from fish. A fork is used to hold and separate while the spoon is used to eat with. The Philippines sure is different!