Don't get me wrong, I like bokeh too. There are instances when you really have to shoot at full aperture (e.g. low light) and there are shots that would really look more appealing if they are shot at full aperture. Personally, I haven't mastered it and sometimes I find myself caught in what photographers often call bokeh trap.
Here's one i took to test the bokeh of my rolleicord. This was shot at f/5.6 though instead of f/3.5 which is a full and a half stop away from the widest aperture:
So on the very first free day of the Christmas break I went and out and brought my box camera to snap just a few shots.I saw him in front of our building and asked if i could take his picture. So it came out like this:
Walked a few meters farther and saw another balut vendor in front of the church compound. decided to take a picture of her too.
And then I spotted another one.