In the U.K., restaurants have taken to serving patrons their food in increasingly bizarre ways. So a recent survey of more than 2,000 Brits tried to find out what people are willing to accept as alternative to the lowly plate. Objects featured included shoes, shovels, jars, planters and a variety of plates, slates and wooden boards. Ten percent said it was acceptable to eat food from a dog bowl. That means 1 in 10 people would eat their dinners out of a dog bowl if they were served that way at a restaurant. Keep in mind, the survey only took place in the United Kingdom. I draw the line when it comes to eating off a litter box scooper, even if it is brand new.