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Escher's Ketchup

A truly surreal sauce, for the Salvador Deli (ack. devnull)
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Escher's Ketchup is made from only the finest ingredients to a secret Dutch recipe. It is packaged in a Klein bottle, which purchasers are advise not to shake as this may cause the contents to spontaneously dematerialise from ordinary seven-dimensional space.

Delicious poured over Salvdor Dali-brand lobsters, or melted cheese, or melted anything.

8th of 7, Mar 10 2003

Einstein's Klein Stein http://www.kleinbot...ug_klein_bottle.htm
"Naturally, The Klein Stein has all the features of Acme's other quality Klein Bottles -- zero volume, nonorientable, 3-dimensionally immersed, and free from any topological boundary conditions." [RayfordSteele, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

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       You can never get any of it on your fork as it constantly flows up the edge of your plate.
PeterSilly, Mar 10 2003
  

       //Delcious poured over Salvdor Dali-brand lobsters or melted cheese// or the telephone
po, Mar 10 2003
  

       // Salvador Deli //   

       Heh heh. Tagline changed, coutesy of [devnull].
8th of 7, Mar 10 2003
  

       mmmmm, ants
thumbwax, Mar 10 2003
  

       But is the ketchup on the inside, or the outside of the bottle?
RayfordSteele, Mar 10 2003
  

       Yes.
krelnik, Mar 10 2003
  

       Looking forward to Magritte's not-apple sauce...
waugsqueke, Mar 10 2003
  

       .... and Duck a la Clockwork Orange ...
8th of 7, Mar 10 2003
  

       (squeezes bottle) "Oh my God! It's full of stars!"
Cedar Park, Mar 11 2003
  

       so what if, when one goes to pour the ketchup on the plate, the plate is changed from matter to energy due to some undiscovered metaphysical phenomenon, instantly vaporizing New Jersey?
~llama, Dec 23 2003
  

       surely Moreeats C. Escher ?
neilp, Dec 23 2003
  

       //...instantly vaporizing New Jersey//   

       I can only see that as a feature rather than as a bug.
Soterios, Mar 11 2005
  
      
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