Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Condiment Filled Eye Patch

An Eye Patch with your Favorite Sauce Inside.
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In case you are hungry and need a snack but are without your favorite condiment.
jhomrighaus, Aug 08 2007

here's looking at you http://www.cupsupti...mages/JollyFish.jpg
[jaksplat, Aug 09 2007]

Fishtasticii Abolish_20negative_20votes
That's right. Plagiarism. [theleopard, Aug 10 2007]

ours like Doritos [Bungston] http://news.bbc.co....th_east/6907994.stm
[po, Aug 16 2007]

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       .....giving it this (+) as it could be connected to your mouth with a clear, flexible straw, for sucking on its contents.
xenzag, Aug 08 2007
  

       <laughs> excellent - stops a black eye!
po, Aug 08 2007
  

       Its a trick, anything + custard + HB = not again
evilpenguin, Aug 09 2007
  

       once again you've failed to get the point.
jhomrighaus, Aug 09 2007
  

       custard, beer, coffee and pirates didn't work for the Internet Pointer Address, so it's not working here.... [-]
vincevincevince, Aug 09 2007
  

       // excellent - stops a black eye!//
But would it?
As an alleged non Newtonian fluid, it would transmit a blow, shirley, n'est ce pas?
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Aug 09 2007
  

       Having not been there during the in-joke, I just don't get it. I'm not sure how including custard into an idea alone warrants its posting. This just seems like lazy bun grabbing, only, a few years too late.
theleopard, Aug 09 2007
  

       I agree. Let the custard lie...no one has mentioned tumbleweeds in awhile...
xandram, Aug 09 2007
  

       then lets try something different since all we can think about is the custard aspect.
jhomrighaus, Aug 09 2007
  

       Without the custard aspect it's just an in-joke without the joke. An in- if you will.   

       Mine's a pint of guiness, thanks.
theleopard, Aug 09 2007
  

       Sheesh! Now lets just confuse everyone.   

       Why didn't you just repost [jhomrighaus]?   

       Changing the ingredients after placing within an oven after a few hours just muddles stuff.
skinflaps, Aug 09 2007
  

       I recommend some tartare.   

       >-+++(o>
theleopard, Aug 09 2007
  

       vodka for me
xandram, Aug 09 2007
  

       // >-+++(o>   

       Pretty picure. I see one - and three +s. So, which is it?
TheLightsAreOnBut, Aug 09 2007
  

       >-I-I-I-(o>   

       How about now?
theleopard, Aug 09 2007
  

       bone [-]   

       I told you it was a trick. See, the entire thing changed. Custard ins't a flipping condiment. I call shanagins!
evilpenguin, Aug 10 2007
  

       // >-I-I-I-(o>   

       Nice! Can you do a bun, too?
TheLightsAreOnBut, Aug 10 2007
  

       Cco <- 1/2 bun?
globaltourniquet, Aug 10 2007
  

       I copied it from elsewhere. I am ashamed. [linky]
theleopard, Aug 10 2007
  

       Thanks for the attempt, [global], I find it difficult because in one sense it looks great. But it looks too much like a real word, to see it as a graphic I have to squint and turn my head to one side.   

       cCO   

       Cco   

       Never mind.
TheLightsAreOnBut, Aug 10 2007
  

       ><((((º> or .oOo.?
zen_tom, Aug 10 2007
  

       it hurts my eye. *blinkblink* and this strap chafes. also condiments make a rotten "snack" all by themselves. reminds me of a time i saw a man of questionable real estate holdings mixing up crackers and ketchup in a cup of free hot water. free tomato soup, he said.
k_sra, Aug 10 2007
  

       Eww - that is nasty. <deliberately misunderstanding> I hope you didn't purchase any of his questionable real-estate - I've heard of the smell of coffee, or freshly baked bread, but tomato soup on the cheap? </deliberately misunderstanding>
zen_tom, Aug 10 2007
  

       (there's gotta be a better way of saying that... lacking real estate? ...domicidally challenged? ... house broken?)
k_sra, Aug 10 2007
  

       [mfd] an X that is also a Y? I think that falls under consumer advice.
5th Earth, Aug 10 2007
  

       From the help file;   

       "consumer advice - the author wants help with finding a piece of software or consumer good that meets their specification. These inventions usually have the form "An X that doesn't do Y", or "An X that also does Y", where X is some well-known and widely varied consumer good, and Y a rather obvious problem with it."   

       I think that this is rather a stretch as a I am not advocating anything and this mfd does not cover this type of idea. its not like anyones ever made an eye patch with stuff in it and it is not normally considered a deficiency of eye patch design that it does not hold condiments. It would be fitting if I was proposing say a white eye patch instead of black or something.   

       Just because you dislike the idea doesn't me you have to go digging around to find a reason to get it deleted. Just log your bone in at the top of the page.
jhomrighaus, Aug 10 2007
  

       It makes me laugh that you so vehemently defend this idea.
theleopard, Aug 10 2007
  

       I defend all my ideas as they are all that I have(besides I thought this was a clever idea that had no earthly purpose and was completely pointless, or in other words a perfectly half-baked idea).   

       I mean think about the looks you would get if you were in a restaurant and suddenly removed your eye patch, tore off the corner and squirted hot sauce on your eggs.   

       On the other hand I also feel that MFD's are thrown around with far too much frequency these days. I just try to point out when I feel that an MFD has been tagged inappropriately.
jhomrighaus, Aug 10 2007
  

       // (there's gotta be a better way of saying that... lacking real estate? ...domicidally challenged? ... house broken?)//   

       Home Free?, Nomadically Gifted?, Abodely Unencumbered?, Of Ill-defined Commorancy?
jhomrighaus, Aug 10 2007
  

       [jhomrighaus] - I still like this - ignore the critics, who are all secretly skulking around in front of mirrors in the privacy of their own homes, with a ketchup patch over one eye.
xenzag, Aug 10 2007
  

       [admin: He's right about the mfd being bogus, though.]
jutta, Aug 10 2007
  

       Oh for goodness sake. This is getting silly.
theleopard, Aug 11 2007
  

       I agree Leopard, so lets get back to the topic at hand(as I attempted to do before)   

       // (there's gotta be a better way of saying that... lacking real estate? ...domicidally challenged? ... house broken?)//   

       Home Free?, Nomadically Gifted?, Abodely Unencumbered?, Of Ill-defined Commorancy?
jhomrighaus, Aug 11 2007
  

       unhoused.
jaksplat, Aug 11 2007
  

       [jhomrighaus] over-explain much? Just say something stupid like 'your a towel' and let go...
evilpenguin, Aug 11 2007
  

       your a washcloth.
jhomrighaus, Aug 11 2007
  

       "Always wear a condiment when you... " Hm, no, there isn't quite a joke there.   

       Still, I'm going to bun this idea out respect for [jhomrighaus]' pertinacity.
pertinax, Aug 12 2007
  

       no, your a towel
evilpenguin521, Aug 12 2007
  

       the image of someone sticking their finger in their eyepatch and delivering a squirt of tomato ketchup to their chips is quite amusing.
po, Aug 12 2007
  

       yeah, it's better than custard... I removed my bone from the *custard* version.
xandram, Aug 12 2007
  

       // no, your a towel//   

       Well I didnt feel you were deserving of a full towel so I went for something smaller.
jhomrighaus, Aug 12 2007
  

       [jhomrighaus] you must not watch southpark. 'Towely' was a character that is a towel, and in arugments he call other people (humans) towels, kinda stupid, like pot calling the kettle black.   

       So I restate, No, your a towel
evilpenguin, Aug 12 2007
  

       Penguin I don't think I ever saw any of the episodes with towley in them, I remember mr. hanky tho.
jhomrighaus, Aug 12 2007
  

       Oh I forgot;   

       Your a towel.
jhomrighaus, Aug 12 2007
  

       I haven't seen the southpark episode either, but when this character spoke, in telling someone else that they exhibited towelish tendencies, wouldn't it have said
"You're a towel."?
Or perhaps it was talking to someone who labelled their towels (Towel A, Towel B, Towel C etc) and in referring to one such towel, wanted to do so specifically?
e.g. "Your A Towel."
zen_tom, Aug 12 2007
  

       _You're_ a towel.   

       I'm surprised and disappointed at how long it has taken you towels to hit that little piece of pendantistry.
globaltourniquet, Aug 12 2007
  

       Slow Sunday on the Bakery I see. I total missed that one myself.   

       Just be careful there [zen_tom] you might get accused of drawing attention to this idea.
jhomrighaus, Aug 12 2007
  

       [jhomrighaus], I still don't care for this idea, but I compliment you on your patience and coherence. [ ]
baconbrain, Aug 12 2007
  

       jhom - just let it go...
po, Aug 12 2007
  

       Oh [Beep] (and at the risk of bumping this idea once more) please don't go and delete your account - it's not worth it.   

       [edit] Damnit - too late.
zen_tom, Aug 12 2007
  

       oops.   

       will keep an eye out for Bleeps.
po, Aug 12 2007
  

       .... I'll be dead, but you'll be sorry - dooohhh - childish antics all around over something that's supposed to be a bit of fun. Why take it all so thickly?
xenzag, Aug 12 2007
  

       Would it be possible or practical to make the eye patch contain two condiment pockets? On some snacks, like hot dogs, I prefer both ketchup and mustard and having to wear 2 eye patches would make driving a little more difficult.   

       And here's a fresh bun for your favourite condiment.
Canuck, Aug 12 2007
  

       Off Topic but does deleting ones account also delete all your annotations as well?
jhomrighaus, Aug 12 2007
  

       Yup, producing the so-called "swiss cheese" effect.
zen_tom, Aug 12 2007
  

       [beep] RIP?
evilpenguin, Aug 12 2007
  

       That was not a pedant moment. "Your A towel" is your favorite for important occasions. Your B towel is the useable backup.   

       Account deletion is for the weak. Annos must stand as part of the record.
normzone, Aug 13 2007
  

       [canuck] I don't see any reason why you couldn't have one with multiple packets in it. if you had say soy sauce in one and cream cheese in the other it would be like yin and yang or something.   

       [normzone] I agree!
jhomrighaus, Aug 13 2007
  

       Spock should have one.Every time he cocks his eyebrow he squirts vinegar.
skinflaps, Aug 13 2007
  

       So why did [Beep] leave?
theleopard, Aug 13 2007
  

       sound of deep rumbling echos across the internet, as everyone starts slinking quietly away from the vacinity of [jhomrighaus] Jhomrighausmortis begins to set in......
xenzag, Aug 14 2007
  

       Is there another site that you could all maybe hang out at, something devoted to soap operas, perhaps?
jutta, Aug 14 2007
  

       Anno above (marked-for-tagline)
normzone, Aug 14 2007
  

       you're all a bunch of towels.
jaksplat, Aug 15 2007
  

       your a towel
evilpenguin, Aug 15 2007
  

       //domicidally challenged?//

Hehe! It's enough to turn you into a domicidal maniac.
DrBob, Aug 15 2007
  

       Edited(first time i've ever deleted an anno in my time here)to remove drama that so offended and confounded everyone.
jhomrighaus, Aug 15 2007
  

       I saw a seagull eat an entire intact condiment package of mayonaisse last weekend. It looked like hard work. I think maybe more hard work is to come for that seagull.
bungston, Aug 15 2007
  

       //It's enough to turn you into a domicidal maniac.//   

       hee hee! maybe that's what drove him to the streets in the first place.
k_sra, Aug 16 2007
  
      
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