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      Well sure, everyone hates that plate. I think it's Corelle (or something). Many years ago when I was getting my first post-college apartment my then girlfriend (The Nicely-Hootered But Otherwise Unsuitable To Become The Lovely Mrs. Fountainhead) and I went shopping for cheap kitchen stuff. I bought onw of those big boxes of Corelle (or something) dinnerware. This plate is the only piece left. The Lovely Mrs. Fountainhead despises it. But then she despises pretty much everything about my previous bachelor life and has successfully eradicated most of it. (I do have a few foreign language Playboys though. I'll start another thread for thos photos.)  We generally use this particular plate to microwave stuff on.

      It just happens that the Fountainettes made cookies today and used this plate on which to stack them. The cookies are egg-free, by the way. As is the wrench.


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