For the most part, the adage “you get what you pay for” holds pretty true. You buy something cheap, it’s probably not going to last all that long, or maybe it won’t even be quite right from the moment it arrives.
That doesn’t seem to always be the case when it comes to expensive restaurants, though. You can pay a whole lot for a meal that’s a whole little, or one that – like these 14 – doesn’t even show up on a plate.
14. Why waste money on plates when people have perfectly good hands?
Someone said this in a meeting, I guarantee it.
13. No. Stop it.
Please tell me at least that it’s not real dirt?
12. Don’t want to get sued.
Although I think that’s the least of their worries.
11. That’s a jewelry tree.
Hopefully not a used one. How do you wash these things en masse?
10. Why, though.
The single-use plastic is honestly flabbergastingly horrible.
9. There’s a plate with dipping sauce so…
Just use it so fried food flakes don’t get in my drink?
8. It doesn’t look new, either.
How do you really disinfect and reuse carboard?
7. On-brand, I guess.
Those have to be a pain to clean, though.
6. What is this, The Flintstones?
No straw, either. Hmm.
5. It’s a cute idea, I guess.
Especially if you don’t want to see your lunch partner.
4. As someone who eats their fries first, no.
Where are you supposed to put the ketchup or honey mustard?
3. The worst one.
It’s a bagel. Just give it me and I will love it.
2. There is no way I would eat this bread.
This place is not vegan friendly, I’m guessing.
1. I have a lot of questions.
I’m gobsmacked, y’all.
Has this ever happened to you? If you have a story, I want to hear it in the comments!