Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Baby Changing Room

One in, one out.
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Babies are pretty much all alike.

This is no doubt a bit dull. Same 'ol same 'ol. For months, if not years.

If you get bored with the baby you have, simply visit your nearest baby changing room, conveniently situated in bus and rail stations, shopping centres, airports and other high-traffic locations.

Just point out the one you want after browsing the pigeonholes, and hand in the one you have in exchange and the nominal fee.

if you don't see one you like locally, just browse the website and have your replacement couriered to your door*

*Addition fees may apply.

8th of 7, Feb 12 2014


       I thought from the title it might be a hardened fume-proof room with industrial grade air handling equipment where the feint of heart can change nappies without severe bronchial distress.   

       But, I like your idea just as well. [+]
Grogster, Feb 12 2014

       // Babies are pretty much all alike. //   

       You are wrong. As with automobiles, even the high-end models come in a bewildering variety of trim packages.   

       Here's a bun anyway, since I can now clearly see how somebody stuck with an inferior specimen might wish to trade up to one like mine.
Alterother, Feb 12 2014

       If babies are all pretty much alike -- and I tend to agree, having had one of my own -- why would I want to change for another? Could I instead swap for a sandwich?
awesomest, Feb 12 2014

       Great comment awesomest. Made me laugh.
blissmiss, Feb 13 2014

       I don't think they can be. Unless you want to send an assimilation card.
Loris, Feb 13 2014

       // Could I instead swap for a sandwich? //   

       You'd have to be prepared to pay the difference between the value of the baby and the value of the sandwich, but theoretically, yes. After all, the working stock will have to come from somewhere, and there's inevitably going to be a fair amount of wastage- particularly the noisy ones.   

       // Are congratulations in order ? //   

       Yes, indeed. Our Cube is still entirely free of infestation by human larvae, and it's damned well going to stay that way.   

       // Seems like a stupid question //   

       We expect nothing else from you, actually.
8th of 7, Feb 13 2014


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