Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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I never imagined it would be edible.

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Chocolat automatique

Chocolate fondue kit sold from a vending machine
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Kit consists of a thick bar of milk chocolate in a shallow, microwave-safe plastic tub. Toothpicks included. You bring the fruit. Your coworkers drool while you dip chunks of orange, strawberry, and apple in the hot, rich chocolate. Stir in a handful of raisins and then spread them out to dry on last week's TPS report.
luxlucet, May 08 2006


       Nice for hotels too.   

       <obligatory> "Who knew hookers liked chocolate so much?!" <o>
Letsbuildafort, May 08 2006

       Yum, juxtaposition of drabness and luxury.
Offer a dark chocolate option, please.
In practical terms, where do you get fresh, luscious strawberries at 3am? The chocolate's not the hard part!
jutta, May 08 2006

       //In practical terms, where do you get fresh, luscious strawberries at 3am?//   

       I say it should be option 5B on the vending machine. The machine can be refridgerated and replenished weekly.
Jinbish, May 08 2006

       Visualizing a chocolate fountain enclosed in a glass front vending machine cabinet. Flowing chocolate falls through a mesh ramp/conveyor. Purchased fruit, etc. is dispensed down the ramp, enrobed with chocolate as a result, dropped in a muffin paper or similar and dispensed to the customer while warm and gooey on the outside luscious, cool and juicy on the inside. Could be messy to eat, but entertaining.
half, May 08 2006

       Oh, drool!
jutta, May 08 2006

       Your croissant is covered in chocolate.
dbmag9, Sep 02 2006


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