Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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À la recherche du temps perdu lint trap

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A tumble dryer lint trap which collects the lint for many years and weaves cloth out of it and, when there is enough, crafts a single garment, with fibres and memories of all your past clothes.
hippo, May 12 2017

Shoddy https://en.wikipedi...ile_manufacturing#S
Etymology [8th of 7, May 12 2017]

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       The result would be Shoddy <link>
8th of 7, May 12 2017

       I'm guessing you'd still be down on socks.   

       If you owned a cat you might get a little into surplus which could then be given to someone with a cat allergy.
bigsleep, May 12 2017

       // a little into surplus //   

       If you want more, just stick the whole cat in the machine, on boil wash.   

       // cat allergy //   

       It's not necessarily the fur itself that causes allergies - a lot of it is the disgusting cocktail of contaminants that the filthy vermin spread all over themselves by "washing".
8th of 7, May 13 2017

       Get down!
Ian Tindale, May 13 2017

       I applaud this idea, because it threatens to derive something practical from the oeuvre of Proust, thereby subverting said oeuvre. [+]
pertinax, May 14 2017

       Yes - I'm amazed no one on the Halfbakery has yet proposed a line of Proust-branded biscuits
hippo, May 15 2017


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