Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Replace "light" with "sausages" and this may work...

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Taste Buddy

Customer testimonials:
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“I just had to write and say how pleased my boyfriend and I are with your flavor skin products, especially the Black Bean Soup roll-on and the Key Lime Pie spray. I squirted my ears yesterday and then thoroughly enjoyed as he went crazy kissing it off. Tomorrow he’s going to try one of your tips of applying an invisible tasty track over his body for my tongue to follow. Yummy!” – Nelly Sue

“Quick-drying Taste Buddy is all that I hoped for and more - neither sticky, oily nor smelly. Before going out to a restaurant, I wet my hands in your Chocolate Chip Latte flavor, and my wife spent the evening licking *my* fingers and called me her succulent other. Smythers at work also vouches for the effectiveness of a dip in one of your delicious bath salts before bed.” – Ernst O.

“Love your Chicken Kiev and Veal Scaloppini flavors! Well, I mean Webster and Isaac do. After a Taste Buddy foot bath, I stretch out on the couch while they suck on my toes. As I sigh in ecstasy, they purr back.” – Ms. Damstacowt

FarmerJohn, Apr 10 2004

Food & Drink Scents http://www.scentit.com/kitchen1.html
[DrCurry, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

Scented Dry Erase Markers http://www.artstuff...y_erase_markers.htm
"I'm feeling good. <Am I hallucinating?> " [dpsyplc, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]


       //succulent other// hee hee! what *are* they putting in the water these days?
po, Apr 10 2004

       I knew I should have asked my significant brother to write a testimonial about Custard flavor.
FarmerJohn, Apr 11 2004

       Carb free I hope... oh to hell with the carbs, sounds fun!
dentworth, Apr 12 2004

       Is this *really* a new idea? Food scents are readily available (they're mostly used for candles and soaps, as far as I can tell), and putting food smells in perfume (which is what you're really describing) has been done before for kids.
DrCurry, Apr 12 2004

       [DC] Sometimes I think you deliberately ignore parts of a posting for the sake of critique, such as “Taste…flavor…kissing it off…tasty…tongue to follow…nor smelly…licking…succulent…flavors…suck my toes” What I’m really describing is a liquid skin application available in many popular flavors that is tasty in spite of the near absence of fragrance.
FarmerJohn, Apr 12 2004

po, Apr 12 2004

       The proof is in the pudding ... skin.
FarmerJohn, Apr 12 2004

       FJ: not ignoring you, or even bits of your posting. Our experience of black bean soup, chocolate chip latte and the other flavors you describe mostly consists of the smell. Which is why I suggested the perfume connection. And why you will find it near impossible to achieve your goal in "the near absence of fragrance."   

       Try a few taste tests and see. Or smell. I stand by my hesitation. Edible body paint has been pretty much done to death on the porn sites, and I really don't think you're adding much to it, if anything at all.
DrCurry, Apr 12 2004

       It seems we agree that smell is an important part of taste, though taste does not only mean smell. I bow to your knowledge of the pornographic industry and my inability to compete with its infinite inventiveness.
FarmerJohn, Apr 13 2004


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