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

The cereal addict's methadone.
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This idea is based on those yoghurts one can find in all good supermarkets that have yoghurt in one corner and some form of fruity or crunchy treat in the other. I propose a new from a said snack with tasty cereal in one corner and milk in the other. The packet would have to be redesigned slightly in order to make for an easier pouring motion so as not to spill the milk. Simply add the milk to the cereal and voila; a tasty, nutritious snack anywhere you go, fresh and still crunchy. Mmm. A sachet of sugar could be included in the dry cereal side of unsweetened cereals for those who like to add it.
harderthanjesus, Jun 17 2005

Pouring Bit Solution One http://www.geocitie...erthanjesus/cdp.JPG
[harderthanjesus, Jun 17 2005]


       intrigued as to how you would work the pouring bit.   

       shelf life for milk might be a problem too or hike up the price.
po, Jun 17 2005

       Pouring bit concept art now linked. In my experience people will pay for convenience. Look at pot noodles, they don't even taste nice and yet they are bought.
harderthanjesus, Jun 17 2005

       not convinced that will work...envisage a lap full of milk.   

       perhaps a removeable corner.
po, Jun 17 2005

       Ah, good idea! Two seperate lids and a snappable middle line would allow for this.
harderthanjesus, Jun 17 2005

       This idea sounds good to me, though I can't really envision how that packet thing would work. Well, I suppose you could figure it out eventually or hire someone to do it for you.
hobbitcoat, Jun 17 2005

       Ladieeeees and gentlemen, in one corner we have three time undefeated heavyweight champ...Milk! In the other corner we have first time fighter...Cereal! (etc.) ***ding!***   

Machiavelli, Jun 17 2005

       To sleepy to find a link, but kelloggs all ready do a "pre packed" cereal thing, with milk in the one half and cereal in t'other.
kaz, Jun 18 2005

       Might be less of a mess to move the cereal into the milk, rather than pouring the milk into the cereal. A few errant Cheerios® would not ruin your suit.   

       A bun for you, if only for jogging the childhood memory of pouring milk into the carefully cut open mini-boxes of cereals at truck stops.
gardnertoo, Jun 18 2005


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