Reddit mentions: The best disposable forks

We found 14 Reddit comments discussing the best disposable forks. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 11 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

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u/alongstrangetrip · 5 pointsr/Weddingsunder10k

Here are my thoughts, I'm not sure if you bought anything yet:

  • Rent the Runway has some great wedding dresses all under $250. Also ASOS and ModCloth have gorgeous dresses under $400.

  • You could probably make a corn hole game for cheaper than the customized version.

  • Consider having a friend or family member officiate (unless it's a religious wedding).

  • This is personal opinion but I think biodegradable plates/forks would be great. On Amazon a 50 pack of plates is $10. Also, you can get 100 biodegradable forks, 50 spoons, and 50 knives as a set for $10. The reviews on both items are great.
u/d0gmeat · 10 pointsr/BoneAppleTea

Depends on the area I guess, but in general, like the other guys have said, yes, silverware and cutlery are totally interchangeable...

Lol, common enough that i found the term used on an Amazon listing

u/NguoiYeu · 2 pointsr/weddingplanning

I love them. As far as silverware, did you see your Amazon link had matching silverware? Here!

u/GregorF92 · 1 pointr/CringeAnarchy

Source the law saying this then.

Tesco have a store policy against selling any cutlery to those under 18, but it's not a law.

Edit: Here's a proper knife. You'll see this specifically states it can't be sold to those under 18.

Here is some plastic cutlery, it does not have an age restriction on it, because anyone can buy plastic cutlery in the UK.

Tesco give out free plastic cutlery with the salads in their meal deals as well.

u/Soahtree · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

These aren't on my wish list, but they made my college life so much happier. I like knowing my silver wear is made of plants.

u/lacieinwonderland16 · 4 pointsr/weddingplanning

Metallic Plastic Forks, Rose Gold 48 count Heavyweight Plastic Forks

u/_BreakingGood_ · 5 pointsr/Futurology

I would like to know which microeconomics course you're taking that says paying $0.02 more per straw or $0.03 more per fork will put small businesses in danger. If you're consuming plastic products on a scale that this price increase actually matters, you're precisely one of the businesses that needs regulated.

u/Ibiuz · 1 pointr/DiWHY


Edit: broken link