Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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French Stick Telescope

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Looks remarkably like a normal french stick, but with a hole in one end (and other end) to look through with a lens. Lens can be easily removed for lunch.
benfrost, Dec 30 2001

French Stick = Creme Horn http://www.google.c...&btnG=Google+Search
We used to call 'em that anyway. [reensure, Dec 30 2001]

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       Would someone be so kind as to translate 'French Stick' please?
phoenix, Dec 30 2001
  

       francais pritte stick?
po, Dec 30 2001
  

       Oh good, I'm not the only one that doesn't make sense to...
StarChaser, Dec 30 2001
  

       French Stick is a baguette, in this case it is rather hollow much like the idea itself

Anybody ever check out ben's site? His art is far more interesting than at least the recent spate of ideas which I suspect are fevered by neurotransmitters going pop and bang. I think an oil change is in order, butt I digest. I've no time to dig deeper into bens arts form beyond what I see in the thumbnails in its homage/ interpretation/ meaning/ content/ context/ volume but I will respectfully examine further as time permits.
thumbwax, Dec 30 2001
  

       StarChaser, rest assured you are the only one that doesn't make sense.
bristolz, Dec 30 2001
  

       Oh. It still doesn't make any sense - unless you're a spy or going on a picnic at night.
phoenix, Dec 30 2001
  
      
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