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Re^3: The best material for plates (tableware) is:

by zenrhino (Initiate)
on May 24, 2013 at 01:02 UTC ( #1035044=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: The best material for plates (tableware) is:
in thread The best material for plates (tableware) is:

Agreed on the awesomeness of Corelle.

We even tried throwing some out of a 4th floor window in college to test its unbreakableness. It won.

However, there's something about the way it feels in my fingers that I find so uncomfortable that I ended up giving all of my vintage 70's Corelle to my very grateful niece.
No idea what the cause of it is, but it just sets my teeth on edge.

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