Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Trying to contain nuts.

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Argumints

One for you, one for me.
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Large, soft and very chewy, to allow the other person time to make their point, and you to make yours, but not at the same time.

Last one in the pack has a slight taste of almond.

shudderprose, Nov 19 2009

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       I know some will say that this is a pun, but I think the name is the perfect compliment for a great little idea. +
xenzag, Nov 19 2009
  

       I like the taste of almond in the last one. Just don't be the one to eat it or else you'll lose the argument permanently.   

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webfishrune, Nov 19 2009
  

       how do you propose that each person doesn't finish at the same time? One might be larger or harder to chew than the other? OK +
xandram, Nov 19 2009
  

       very civilized.
calculust, Nov 19 2009
  

       being rather slow-of-hearing, I could give these to people who want to talk at me.
FlyingToaster, Nov 20 2009
  

       If it is a fervent argument, each participant will wear a nice shower of minty droplets.
wjt, Nov 20 2009
  

       Can I open up the wrong end first and offer it to my opponent?
RayfordSteele, Nov 20 2009
  
      
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