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Place Setting Placemats Save You The Embarrassment Of Misplacing The Salad Fork

Place Setting Placemats (Image courtesy Donkey Products) By Andrew Liszewski

Is there anything more embarrassing than accidentally placing the salad fork where the fish fork belongs at dinner? Or mixing up the bread plate and the soup plate? You might as well disappear from the social scene altogether if you make a faux pas like that.

But rest assured, if you use these place setting placemats, which provide a detailed blueprint of where everything is supposed to go, you’ll never have to deal with those disapproving stares from your guests during dinner again.

From what I can tell they’re available for about $27 each (19.95 €) which is a little steep, but I imagine you can just order one, set a place setting, and then pull the old ‘tablecloth out from under it’ trick and repeat the process.

[ Donkey Products – Place Setting Placemats ] VIA [ 7Gadgets ]







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  • EspritOuvert

    I'd be more embarrassed if someone saw me use one of those.

  • thach1130

    When you're done setting up the table you can do those table trick where you try and pull the cloth out from underneath without dropping everything. That will be cooler.

  • http://fastforwardacademy.com/index-page-irs-enrolled-agent-exam-course.htm enrolled agent study guide

    Is this meant to be a study guide of some sort? Because, correct me if I'm wrong, but I think using that placemat at a formal dinner might just CAUSE some of the embarrassment you're trying to avoid.

  • Jessicat

    For $27 it better be made of durable material.

  • http://fastforwardacademy.com/ enrolled agent

    “pull the old ‘tablecloth out from under it’ trick and repeat the process.”

    This might cost you more than the table cloth though. Hehehe! :)

  • http://fastforwardacademy.com/ enrolled agent study guide

    “pull the old ‘tablecloth out from under it’ trick and repeat the process.”

    This might cost you more than the table cloth though. Hehehe! :)