Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Toaster with Marshmallow Port

Enjoy marshmallows when you’re not camping
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It acts just like a regular toaster (bread goes in, toast pops out), but it also has a small door on the side. The door opens for side access to the glowing filaments, allowing you to toast a marshmallow on the end of a stick. (Do not use a metal fork.)
AO, Aug 25 2003

Electrocution http://www.csao.org.../vol11no1/shock.htm
Zzzzzzap! [DeathNinja, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       I categorically + anything with a marshmallow port.

DeathNinja, Aug 25 2003
  

       Only bad happens if you over-toast and the sticky, gooey marshmallow falls off the end of the stick into the toaster.
Cedar Park, Aug 26 2003
  

       Half baked, half burnt - love it like that. (+)
lurch, Aug 26 2003
  

       You just know someone won’t be able to resist poking their weenie in there, while toasting their buns.
FarmerJohn, Aug 26 2003
  

       Gosh darn........Farmer John stole my next great idea. Why not have a single wiener cooking carriage built into the side of the toaster?
Cosmo, Aug 26 2003
  

       I use a confectional oven. A toasty idea. +   

       And where have you been?
k_sra, Aug 26 2003
  

       I had to go into seclusion for a couple of weeks while I worked on this marshmallow idea.
AO, Aug 26 2003
  

       That's what they *all* say...
k_sra, Aug 26 2003
  
      
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