Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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The Laundry Launcher

Centrifuges 'em in the air!
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You’ve seen fabric Frisbees or pizza dough that flattens in the air when flung with a spin? The laundry launcher utilizes the same movement to toss and centrifuge your wash piece by piece. Gripping an edge of each clothing article, it then flips it away enabling the power of c-force to expell excess moisture.

Use auto mode to send your T’s and undies spinning from the washing machine through a door and a window to a laundry basket. Or why not steer the device yourself, firing delicate and colored wash up to 30 feet away to select points along the clothes line while gently watering the back yard?

FarmerJohn, Jun 11 2005

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       Any chance we could have a spouting neighborhood laundry shoot?   

       (Billy's BBQ was interuped by some croissant patterned knickers, that skewered themselves...)
blissmiss, Jun 11 2005
  

       ...before exploding into delicate conffeti and...
dbmag9, Jun 11 2005
  

       "Mum! Why do all my clothes have a damp spot in their exact centre of mass?"
wagster, Jun 11 2005
  

       "Son! you should never have trained your poodle to play Frisbee!"
Isayhello2u, Jun 11 2005
  

       Does kicking strewn about underwear up to a height where I can grab it qualify as a forerunner to this invention?
crater, Jun 12 2005
  

       The accompanying artificial tornado reduced the air pressure, and the water evaporated much more quickly.
Ling, Jun 12 2005
  
      
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