Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Coronavirus Body Scratcher

A small silver-plated mace, which head is shaped like the disease in question.
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Useful for scratching back, face, whatever... also, if properly weighted, useful for maintaining social distance.
FlyingToaster, Mar 25 2020


       Silver is intrinsically biocidal. Very appropriate. [+]
8th of 7, Mar 25 2020

       Make mine copper, it's effective over a wider temperature and humidity range.
Chairborne Hero, Mar 25 2020

       Not so good against werewolves, though.
8th of 7, Mar 25 2020

       Because of fine detail, isn't it going to be a bit grippy for quick repeated zombie function?   

       The spike, may be a blurred view historic thing, really isn't a good label. I imagine the glycoprotein globular end shape would lend more to a massaging action.
wjt, Mar 25 2020

       If the antigen sites have fractal-engraved surfaces, they should be rough enough for the desired mild dermal abrasion.   

       It needs to be about half a metre long, and solid silver to give plenty of momentum in the strike - a one-hit-one-kill skull fracturing tool.   

       No good against plate armour, mind, but that's hardly an issue.   

       So, good against werewolves, zombies, and irritating itches. Can it have an anti-vampire feature? Folds out into a crucifix, sprays holy water or garlic essence ?
8th of 7, Mar 25 2020

       ^ well, no 'cuz then it would be a whatsis : catholic holy water flinger thingy.
FlyingToaster, Mar 26 2020

8th of 7, Mar 26 2020

FlyingToaster, Mar 26 2020

8th of 7, Mar 26 2020


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