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These restaurant guests share the most ridiculous ways of serving food

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Dining out can be nice once in a while, and some restaurants offer a very special dining experience. But sometimes, that experience doesn’t include a plate. The subreddit We Want Plates collects pictures of food that has been served on the most ridiculous objects, and some can get very bizarre:

 

1. We hope those tater tots aren’t laced with foot fungus.

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2. What bothers you more, the pineapple on the pizza or the tire?

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3. This must be how they served food in the Wild West.

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4. Let that sink in.

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5. A literal truckload of fries.

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6. Are you sure that somebody didn’t just drop a box of donuts on the floor?

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7. Not having a plate can also be very pretty.

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8. If only olives already grew on trees…

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9. At least he got a plate.

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10. Some are actually pretty unappetizing.

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11. Who comes up with these things?

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12. Fresh off the parking lot.

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13. Kids and their technology these days…

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14. A jarring way to serve spaghetti.

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15. When you have to cook dinner at 6 but have to do the laundry at 7.

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16. There are no words for this monstrosity:

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17. Not so handy.

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18. Is this part of the Paleo diet?

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19. Rest in peace.

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20. And finally, a reminder that we should all appreciate the times that we get an actual plate.

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