Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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DIY table sculpture themed restaurant

2 feet of flexible armature wire as center piece for restaurant tables
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This minimalist restaurant table design would put a 2 foot piece of flexible sculptural armature wire sticking out of the middle of each table so that conversationalists would have something hands on to focus on and improvise with before the food arives. Template design could be a minimal flower so waiters would reset the shape before each new meal.
JesusHChrist, Jan 23 2005


       Beware of customers with wire cutters...
robinism, Jan 23 2005

       I would have thought so too. Playdough?
skinflaps, Jan 23 2005

       Better than shredding my napkin on the first date. But what if she's a psychiatrist? Ouch.   

       (then again, she's already found herself at a place with shredable napkins and a coat-hanger jutting out of the tapletop, so I guess it's all downhill from here).
JungFrankenstein, Jan 23 2005

       You realize of course there are folks who would feel the need to express their opinion about the service by creating the one-finger salute.
Canuck, Jan 23 2005

       It sounds like a good extention/variant on the commonly seen idea of paper placemats with crayons.   

       A restaurant with an art theme would go great with the combination of these two. However, might I suggest three wires? And of course, fairly durable wire would be needed, just in case.
Albino Fox, Jan 25 2005

       Ah. I was hoping for a block of ice and a chainsaw...
DrCurry, Jan 26 2005

       I like this idea and would visit a resturant that had any kind of interactive center-peace. The wire version would fit with the modern decor of most trendy resturants today.
Hiremetoday, Feb 03 2005

       Why not just have tv sets so we can skip straight to dinner and dispense completely with the conversationalist part.
benfrost, Feb 03 2005


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