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for precision butchery and other kitchen cutting tasks, I give you explosive butcher's twine.
 
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That's really all there is to it, folks. Wikipedia states that the toxicity of PETN is relatively low, and it is even used in oral heart medicines.
21 Quest, May 14 2011

Self cutting Pizza http://www.halfbake...f_20cutting_20Pizza
[xaviergisz, May 15 2011]

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       Okay but only if "for kitchen cutting tasks" you mean I get to make the seams of my womens' clothig line out of it.
DIYMatt, May 14 2011
  

       I'm sure women would consider this to be a most horrific style of butchery, so your proposed use of my product fits well within the stated purpose.
21 Quest, May 15 2011
  

       In days of old, when knights were bold,
And contraception uninvented,
A thread was tied behind the head,
And pregnancies prevented.
infidel, May 15 2011
  

       Ha!
21 Quest, May 15 2011
  

       What's not to like about this idea? [+]
  

       (Semi-baked, actually, but if we told you about it, we'd have to kill you. Not that would be a problem, you understand.]
8th of 7, May 15 2011
  

       You mean Detcord? Pffft! I know all about Detcord, ya silly HalfBorg.
21 Quest, May 15 2011
  

       Ah, but did you know that it's possible to spin a certain specialised formulation of HE, without a coating like Cordtex, like glass fibre, into a thin, flexible matting? And that by laminating very thin mats of varying formulation amd fibre diameter, very interesting directional detonation properties can be conferred?
  

       Ooooh, we get to kill you now …
8th of 7, May 15 2011
  

       My Death Star ain't scared of no stinking cubical craft.
21 Quest, May 15 2011
  

       Ha! X-wings ? Hwe doan' need no steenking X-wings !
8th of 7, May 15 2011
  

       No, you wouldn't. A Tie-Dye Fighter is much more up your alley.
21 Quest, May 16 2011
  

       Pah. We at the East Fenglia Institute for Advanced Topology (Department of Tactical Cosmology) can simply fold up the very spacetime through which your Tie-Dye Fighters cruise, pop it in an envelope, and mail it to wherever we choose.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 16 2011
  

       SpaceTime Origami … you should post that.
  

       You've been putting that orange Melange Spice in your curry again, haven't you?
8th of 7, May 16 2011
  

       It's the meds, [8th]. It's always the meds.
  

       Sadly, I dare not post it in full, since doing so would require me to explain how it is done. Only myself, Ricey Bob, and Hochschuldozent Künt know how it is done, and we are sworn to the most secretory secrecy.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 16 2011
  

       (Besides which, Hochschuldozent Künt is currently suffering from senile dimensia, and in no position to divulge anything.)
MaxwellBuchanan, May 16 2011
  
      
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