Which material of plates do you use?

Like, steel, aluminium, ceramic, glass, plastic etc. Last time, I probably phrased the question incorrectly.Which material of plates do you use???

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  • Paper plates all day long baby! I'm sorry, Fine flower print Dixie plates from the 21st Century AD (or CE... what the f ever!) I love the things, which they made pots and pans similarly, but it could be a hypothetical fire hazard I suppose! :D

    Any you Dxk007?

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    • Steel plates are used at my place 😅 Paper plates are used occasionally though.

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    • I'm not from Antarctica lol. Whatever they eat, would be turned into ice before even reaching the plate lol

    • I had a feeling, albeit a miniscule one! LOL! ;)

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What Girls Said 6

  • Ceramic and glass, mainly. I have a few wooden and stone plates, but those are mostly for decorative purpose.

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  • I have a set of fine china. My everyday users are called Corelle. Made from Vitrelle.

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  • Ceramics. Weird question by the way.

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    • Just curious which plates other's use since, steel plates are used in mine place.
      Maybe, weird for this site.

    • Lol, never ever have I seen steel plate in my life. :P

    • Yeah, they are kinda uncommon in the West.

  • ceramic

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  • Ceramic and paper

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  • Ceramic.
    Never going to use plastic plates...

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    • Steel plates are mostly used at my place.

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    • It's very common in my country. Ironically, it's healthier to eat in steel plates than, any other.
      Although, it's a pain for my mom when, we're ringing our places for dinner.

    • * plates for dinner

What Guys Said 3

  • Ceramic and plastic.

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  • cranium of my enemies, like a true Turk.

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  • Glass

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