I think my dinner plates are “tectonic plates” because they always chip along the edges when next to each other.

From all the chips on the edges of them, there have been a lot of “earthenware quakes” recently.

note: My bowls have recently become “dust-bowls” because I don’t use them that often.

double note: Why isn’t “home plate” in baseball round? (this is a rhetorical question)

triple note: to paraphrase Gene Hackman as Lex Luthor in Superman, “We all have our faults, mine happen to be the San Andreas.”

9 responses to “Plates

  1. This is one of my favorite shirts! I think you need it!

    -Turkish Prawn

  2. “Why isn’t “home plate” in baseball round?”

    Maybe because they’re such metrosexuals that they’re in touch with the latest dining fashions…….


  3. I always thought it was kind of like a child’s idea of a house: square with a simple peaked roof.

    You might like the video for Björk’s song. Jöga.

  4. I’m just confused… I didn’t realize they had china in Japan!

  5. Jimsmuse~lolololol corny but still funny

    Square dinner plates are in style too now. I think they’re a nice switch from round.

  6. Just wait until convex plates are hip.

  7. Thanks for all the comments and links.

    Turkish Prawn: great t-shirt!

    razzbuffnik: haha!

    pannonica: great video!

    jimsmuse: I agree with sweetiegirlz.

    sweetiegirlz: I agree with you about jimsmuse’s comment.

    pannonica: are you talking about “plates in the hip”? I’m confused.

  8. I’m confused as well. Food would slide off and give you a slipped disk.

  9. Don’t believe what anyone else says the answer to your rhetorical question is in the 2nd section of this webpage

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