Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Schrodinger's Soup

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Make soup out of Schrodinger's cat, so when they ask "Is it soup yet?" you can say, with Heisenbergian certainty, "Well... it is, and it isn't!"
globaltourniquet, Jul 06 2001

The Bong Game http://www.halfbake...edy_20Suffix_20Club
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       Would the soup be served in a box?
PotatoStew, Jul 06 2001
  

       I vote for and against this idea.
Jim, Jul 06 2001
  

       But don't you run a 50% chance of boiling a live cat?
Dog Ed, Jul 06 2001
  

       Its all perfectly fine until your spoon starts behaving like a wave...
RobertKidney, Jul 06 2001
  

       erm... what...
RobertKidney, Jul 07 2001
  

       "The poor boy changes clothes
And puts on after-shave"
globaltourniquet, Jul 07 2001
  

       (As if everybody here would know Exactly what he was talking about)
lubbit, Jul 07 2001, last modified Jul 10 2001
  

       Well that's one way to lose these walking blues
goff, Jul 09 2001
  

       Hang on .. I think you'll find we're playing the Bong game..see my annotation to the Secret Comedy Suffix Club
goff, Jul 10 2001
  

       (a-wa) O kodwa u zo-nge li-sa namhlange
(a-wa a-wa) Si-bona kwenze ka kanjani
(a-wa a-wa) Amanto mbazane ayeza
globaltourniquet, Jul 10 2001
  

       Waitress: "The soup of the day today is French Onion... or *is* it?"
PotatoStew, Aug 20 2001
  

       "Waiter, I've got a wave in my soup"
juanmanandez, Nov 26 2001
  

       This doesn't have much to do with soup, but plenty with cats and their existence.   

       In "News of the Weird," I read about a CIA operation that involved implanting a microphone inside a cat so that operatives could "overhear" the evil plans of evildoers. They also implanted an antenna in the cats tail so it could transmit the messages received through the microphone. Unfortunately, the initial test run was ruined when the SpyCat was run over by a taxi.
zaphod12, Nov 28 2001
  

       "Waiter, my soup *is* a wave!"
phoenix, Nov 28 2001
  

       Its too metaphysical when I'm hungry
stantronic, Oct 14 2002
  

       This would explain why "crouton" sounds like a kind of particle...
friendlyfire, Dec 12 2002
  

       I love the fact that the voting on this idea is dead even. So appropriate.
krelnik, Dec 12 2002
  

       Beautiful idea. I'll vote yes if someone else will give it a no.
eritain, Jun 05 2003
  

       Certainly a meal to make a P.E.T.A. member catatonic. Or is soup a meal? I'll have to ask George Costanza. Pass the oy-veysterettes, please.
CaptCaption, Jun 05 2003
  

       CERN + croutons = shake+bake
epicproblem, May 18 2006
  

       Which way do you skin this cat?
pertinax, May 18 2006
  

       Depends on its spin. Or strangeness.
gardnertoo, May 18 2006
  
      
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