Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Takes the biscuit

A cookie for a cookie
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To encourage people to accept cookies they could be accompanied by a printable voucher to the value of one real cookie. When enough have been collected they can be redeemed at your local grocery store for a whole packet.
popemolly, Apr 20 2001

hey st3f, since you asked... http://www.halfbake...diction_20-_20detox
[mihali, Apr 20 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]


       Useless to a guy who has $20 worth of expired, unredeemed, and untrashed scratch-off lottery tickets about the house. Want some used bookmarkers?
reensure, Apr 20 2001

       It is unfortunate that the computer term used for this file is a cookie. Why couldn't 'pot roast' or 'rotisserie chicken' have been used....
Wes, Apr 20 2001

       A cookie is a cookie UB. Who cares about the taste, as long as it's vaguely cookie flavoured? Now then, there's only one left in the packet. Who wants it?
DrBob, Apr 20 2001

       I've just had one but I'm sure I can find room for one more.   

       <aside> Has anyone ever done dotcom promotional cookies for a web site. You could even sell cheap cookies that were partly payed for by the web site iced on the top of them. </aside>   

       ...I think I'd better stop now. Now where was that halfbakery withdrawal centre?
st3f, Apr 20 2001

       Who could eat that damn many cookies,? makes me barffy feeling, just thinking about it..
smartnut, Mar 15 2003

       I just checked. I have 447 cookies in my cache. Can I get retro-active cookies for these?
You can put the carton over there, beside the cupboard.
Cedar Park, Mar 16 2003


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