Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Dinner Plate Floor Tiles

Detachable so you can eat off of them more comfortably.
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Make hexagonal floor tiles the size of dinner plates out of a strong polymer. The tiles fit into spaces with rubber bottoms to resist slipping but are not bonded to the floor. That way, you can pick them up to put food on them.
Ketchupybread, Dec 12 2008

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       - This idea falls under the major category of WHY?
theGem, Dec 12 2008
  

       is there such a thing as a major category? and one of why?
po, Dec 12 2008
  

       The great walk of China.   

       You made me laugh --> +
phundug, Dec 14 2008
  

       I imagine if you have pets, the dishes will be cleaned rather thoroughly without it looking like you've put plates of scraps on the floor (which I am wont to do).,, or failing that, a quick once-ver with the mop.
FlyingToaster, Dec 14 2008
  

       I thought this would be floor tiles with some sort of shock absorption to save dropped dinner plates from breaking.   

       I cleaned up once. The plates were so clean you could just about eat off them. The mirrors were so clean you could practically see your face in them.   

       A friend's family routinely put the dinner plates on the floor to let the dogs pre-clean them. They might like this. His father is a doctor. Another friend's doctor father used a second-hand autopsy knife to carve the roast. Did a beautiful job.
spidermother, Dec 16 2008
  
      
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