Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Whirling Dervish Factory

They wind up stuff
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At the Whirling Dervish Factory there are several rooms for different products that need to be wound. Hoses, extension cords, and yarn are the main products that are processed here. As the Dervishes whirl, midgets are employed to run between them carrying the end of the item to be wound. When the correct length is wound, the little employee slips the item from the Dervish’s waist as they daintily step out of it. Then a new item is attached to a hook at their waist and the process is repeated. This natural energy processing saves on fuel whilst also imparting an air of enlightenment to an otherwise boring occupation.
xandram, Aug 16 2008

http://i147.photobu...47/MidgetsLimbo.jpg [2 fries shy of a happy meal, Aug 17 2008]

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       [+] Great idea!! You might consider strapping some brushes to them and opening up a carwash.
r_kreher, Aug 16 2008
  

       I love the car wash idea! Bun for you!
xandram, Aug 16 2008
  

       Is there also the opposite type of factory, where another set of munchkins get to unwind stuff? (don't know why, but this is the bakery after all)
xenzag, Aug 16 2008
  

       ...I just have a drink when I need to unwind. ;)
xandram, Aug 17 2008
  
      
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