Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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multiple croissant button

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sometimes people think that some inventions deserve more croissants than they can give... so i propose that this button be created, however, only one vote will count for the total real croissantage, the rest will be kept on a tally. if only ten votes exist for an invention, but 100 exist on the "total" vote # it means that only ten people voted, and they all loved it...
sergeant dukie, Dec 06 2002

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       There was once an idea here for the "yes yes yes!" vote, a similar concept.
egnor, Dec 06 2002
  

       sarge, I think you can say "yes,yes,yes" and "multiple croissants to ya" or "nice one, dukie" or some such to show your appreciation.
po, Dec 07 2002
  

       Self-exploratory? <shudder>   

       I can't see any advantage to the idea. It's just different, and I rarely see the point (underwear excluded) of changing anything without changing to something better.
st3f, Dec 07 2002
  

       self-explainittoatory
po, Dec 07 2002
  

       it is spelled correctly... explanitory, can you read? or is my computer wrong? yours?
sergeant dukie, Dec 07 2002
  

       //Otherwise it's spelt "self-explanatory"//
half, Dec 07 2002
  

       Oddly enough, the voting on the "Yes! Yes! Yes! Vote" idea ended up at 17/-4, so it was rather better received than this, which is essentially the same idea. Wonder what that means?
DrCurry, Dec 08 2002
  

       I think it means sequels aren't generally well-regarded.
bristolz, Dec 08 2002
  

       I would prefer to think it had something to do with the respective authors, though it might be the complete absence of capital letters. And spell checker.
DrCurry, Dec 08 2002
  

       and prequels are awfuk. you looking at me curly?
po, Dec 08 2002
  
      
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