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Long turkey baster

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For introducing fluids from far away,, most useful for cases where the chemicals might interact with each other in a dangerous manner. (see link that inspired it)
bob, Feb 13 2019

super acid reacting to water https://youtu.be/gzWG33h1QSA
https://youtu.be/gzWG33h1QSA [bob, Feb 13 2019]

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       Well, if we remember Mork's parentage...
not_morrison_rm, Feb 13 2019
  

       Mmmmm, long turkey. Delicious.
pocmloc, Feb 13 2019
  

       I feel as if external-pusher peristaltic pumps might already be used to send foods and beverages down long lines...
beanangel, Feb 13 2019
  

       yes Bean, but my idea alows for greater Mobility and no reliance on an external power source.
bob, Feb 14 2019
  

       I'm going to order a specially long oven to cook it in.
pocmloc, Feb 14 2019
  

       to be gratuitous you could make it multicompartment like a 3 color toothpaste tube, attach it to a 3d printer arm and then custom flavorize the surface in a pattern. For use on vegetables only, I'm a vegetarian.
beanangel, Feb 15 2019
  

       "Long turkey" sounds like a euphemism - perhaps the marketing name for alligator meat.
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 15 2019
  

       You don't want to meet a real alligator - even the newly hatched ones are vicious.   

       You'd be much better off with some sort of scale model ...
8th of 7, Feb 15 2019
  

       I suppose you could use a fish kettle to set it on, instead of a roasting tray (which wouldn't be long enough).
pocmloc, Feb 15 2019
  

       // You don't want to meet a real alligator - even the newly hatched ones are vicious. //   

       You must be confusing them with crocodiles. Alligators are pretty friendly, for animals with so many sharp teeth.
notexactly, Feb 16 2019
  

       //Alligators are pretty friendly// Not according to the Intercalary. He got attacked by one during a picnic and went into anaphylactic shock. He said the attack was completely unprovoked, but since then he's developed a distinct phobia about them.
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 16 2019
  

       No, hang on. I was thinking of wasps.
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 16 2019
  
      
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