“Mary Jane was born in a flat and raised in a house,” says a new poster at the New York Flat Bill Forum, a group of flat owners and flat owners’ representatives who meet on a weekly basis.
The forum, which meets in the New Yorker’s Flatiron Building, has been hosting its annual meeting since 2008, and its members have met more than 50 times since its inception.
The group’s motto is “Let us build a community together,” and its motto is also a slogan for the Flat Bill, a popular style of flatware.
Flat bills are often called the new flat, because they’re made of paper, paperboard, or even wood.
And as flat bills are made of the same materials, they’re also often made in the same quantities.
For example, the new, $20 bill has an average weight of $9.99, whereas the old $1.00 bill weighs about 10 pounds.
The flat bills have become the new hot item.
The New York Times recently named the flat bill the third most popular item on the Internet after “biscuits” and “ice cream.”
“The people of the Flat is what makes it the greatest and most popular of all the flatware,” the Flatbill poster says.
“We are the ones who make it great.”
Flat bills were originally made from sheets of paper folded and stapled together.
(Courtesy of the New Yorkers Flat Bill Association) Some people swear by flat bills.
“It is a perfect flat, but I know I’m not going to use it in my home,” a man in Pennsylvania told the New Times.
The Flatbill is a trend that’s taken off among women.
Some women have even begun to use them in their homes as an alternative to traditional flatware, like the flat-paper napkin or the flat paper cup.
And there’s even a Flatbill in every neighborhood.
But there are also plenty of women who aren’t fans of the new design, and a lot of them are not even aware of how much flat bills cost.
“They are kind of a joke.
They’re very expensive,” a woman in New York told ABC News.
“People think, ‘Oh, these are cheap.’
But they are not.”
Some of these women, however, aren’t aware that flat bills can cost more than $2.50 each.
“The prices are really outrageous,” one woman told ABC.
“I mean, you’re not going into the store and buying a flat bill.
They have to go up to $1 or $2 a piece.”
Others were unaware of the cost of flat bill use before it became a trend.
“Honestly, I don’t know what they cost,” one man told ABC’s Good Morning America.
“Do you think they’re cheap?
I mean, how can you walk into a store and not see a flat-bill?”
Some flat bills also are made from paper that has a slight sheen.
Some people argue that it’s worth the extra cost to make your own flat bills, because some of them also come with a label that explains what they’re used for.
“Flat bills are very popular, but sometimes they’re not as expensive as people think,” a person in New Jersey told ABC news.
“And I think it’s because people are just trying to make a buck, and I’m just not paying a lot.”
Flat bill use isn’t limited to women.
“You’ve got to make sure you’re buying the right one.
You don’t want to go out and buy a flat, which you should,” another woman in Massachusetts told ABC, explaining that she’s now saving money by buying two flat bills at a time.
“My wife and I are trying to figure out if we should get rid of them or keep them,” she added.
Another woman in Texas said, “I’m trying to save money on my flat bill and I’ve been trying to get a flat for the last couple of years.”
And the New Jersey woman, who’s also not a fan of the flat bills: “You have to keep an eye out for what you buy because some people don’t even bother with it.”