Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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A large-bore drinking straw with a mini-blender on the end so you can blend stuff and drink the result without having to wait. You only blend as much as you want.
(Inspired by [ichinichi] and [The Military]'s annotations on 'Improved Spork'.)
angel, Jul 03 2001


       This is madness! The good kind, though. Big roll for you.
The Military, Jul 03 2001

       Don't stick the wrong end in your mouth, though . . .
smizzou, Jul 03 2001

       Can you reverse it for spit-ball fights?
Reverend D, Jul 03 2001

       Kids I know like to squeeze an orange until it's mostly mush and then suck the juice out with a staw. This idea is even better.
Dog Ed, Jul 04 2001

       Or someone else's on the sly! The possibilities are limitless.
The Military, Jul 04 2001

       it would be handy if you could make sure that the product was evenly blended. to make a strawberry shake, for example, you have to blend the berries and the cream until there is an even distribution of berries in the cream.   

       this would be the equivilent of a juicer, i think, rather than a blender.
butterhed, Jul 24 2003

       Sounds nice to me...you could make microsmoothies for the fitness-concious midget.
shapu, Jul 02 2004

       Sorry, I just put something like this into the bakery, except more for allowing people without teeth to eat regular meals! It’s gone now though.
deep fried ice-cream, Aug 29 2007

       My farrier got kicked in the face by a horse while at farrier school. Had his jaw wired shut for several months.   

       He said the best meal he had during that whole time was a liver and onions smoothie.
normzone, Aug 29 2007


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