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

Gum that tastes like beer
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Beer gum...enjoy the pleasure of a beer throughout the day...each stick contains the equivalent of 1 shot glass full of beer. When the flavor runs out, you just "open another stick of beer."
ccrider, Dec 06 2000

Burrp https://www.thegree...gs-peanuts-beer.php
[whatrock, May 18 2020]


       Liquid center. Get some really powerful alcohol and when you start chewing, it mixes with the gum...
StarChaser, Dec 08 2000

batgirl, Dec 09 2000

       Put the Scotch in the butterscotch
thumbwax, Dec 10 2000

       Great idea!   

       I agree with Wax that Scotch-flavored gum would also be good.   

       I have the perfect answer as to what might be found in the center: ether. One thimble-full of ether is enough to get you roaring drunk.
Vance, Feb 07 2001

       Could you put the pack of gum in a six-pack (of packs)? Oh-oh... and put the gum in little pressurized cans that make the characteristic sound when opened.
lumpy, Jan 14 2003

       I cant see this going on the market for one reason only selling it would it just tastes like beer or would you need some of the alchohol flavor I dont know how you make flavor without alchohol. But its worth I try. But back to selling it wouldnt it get out of hand if the Alchohol really was inside it?
Squizzi, Jun 15 2003

       And here's another blast from the past by a one-hit-wonder.   

       [ccrider] joined us on 12/06/2000, posted this idea, and was never heard from again.
normzone, Jan 30 2009

       //I have the perfect answer as to what might be found in the center: ether. One thimble-full of ether is enough to get you roaring drunk//   

       Well not quite, but I can't believe somebody in this modern day and age knew this!   

       What [Vance] probably means is diethyl ether (CH3CH2-O-CH2CH3); once commonly used as the second safest known anesthetic (after pressurized N2O). It's isomerized ethanol, and only lasts ~30 minutes - and no one (that I've ever heard of) has gotten a hang-over from it. It was very popular with the Upper Classes as an inebriant during the Victorian Era - along with Chloroform (CCl3H) and Nitrous Oxide (N2O)...   

       It's extremely potent ... but I'm not sure if it's legal in the United States...
Wily Peyote, Feb 01 2009

       From the Wikpedia entry on Diethyl Ether: "Today, ether is rarely used. The use of flammable ether waned as nonflammable anesthetic agents such as halothane became available. Additionally, ether had many undesirable side effects, such as postanesthetic nausea and vomiting."
goldbb, Feb 03 2009


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