Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Rolling Coasters

“Please drive the catsup.”
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A certain hit at Junior’s next birthday party, Rolling Coasters are like wheeled heat pads to be placed under plates, platters and pitchers. Each inexpensive, flat car can be steered at low speed by its own, simple, radio control remote.

At the touch of a joy stick, a kid can serve himself and others by maneuvering a serving dish of ice cream or a juice jug. Complement the set with the party tablecloth, colorfully printed with streets and intersections. After extinguishing the candles, have the cake slowly orbit the central traffic circle (roundabout) as each youngster grabs a slice.

FarmerJohn, Jun 30 2003

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       fit them with rubber bumpers...please
po, Jun 30 2003
  

       "Mom, we're gonna drive our convoy to the sand box now. We wanna make the cake _really_ big!" : )
Tiger Lily, Jun 30 2003
  

       I've seen coasters and cocktail glasses each affixed to a toy car. Not radio controlled, though.
DrCurry, Jun 30 2003
  

       Wow, and here i was trying to figure out how a roller coaster where you get inside a big wheel and it races down a track flipping you over and over for the utmost in entertainment was contained under the 'food' heading. Oh well, a + for getting me going... and for the image of the fact that kids will -not- be helpful with these toys... hilarity definitely ensues, UB.
xercyn, Jul 01 2003
  

       Kids could play bumper food. That's a plus.
sartep, Jul 02 2003
  
      
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