Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Return to bar

Whoosh ! back in the bar then
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Inspired by those suction money transfer tubes things in supermarkets.

After navigating the endless maze of stairs and corridors deep within the architecture of public houses,bars, when wanting to relieve ones self within the toilets.Once finished step inside the bar chute, stand upon the platform, press the big green button.

The door slides shut and a massive amount of air pressure pushes the platform and yourself upwards to return you stepping out once again within the bar.( or maybe further)

skinflaps, Jan 15 2004

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       Sort of a WTCTTISITMWIBNIIWR, isn't it? cf. "The Jetsons," "Futurama" et.al.
krelnik, Jan 15 2004
  

       Reminds me of the transport tunnels in The Institute beneath Unthank in Alasdair Gray's Lanark.
calum, Jan 15 2004
  

       All that rushing air and such might scare the crap out of some people and then who's gonna clean it up?
k_sra, Jan 15 2004
  

       Plus this would make skirts a thing of the past.
GenYus, Jan 15 2004
  

       //All that rushing air and such might scare the crap out of some people and then who's gonna clean it up?//   

       //Plus this would make skirts a thing of the past.//   

       not if it was a smaller tube inside the bigger tube, like evelvators, only circular. Then the air would not touch the person, but just move the tube that they are in.
babyhawk, Jan 15 2004
  

       Exactly.
skinflaps, Jan 15 2004
  
      
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