Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Don't P-late

Time! It's ticking away!
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When I'm hungry I like to eat. But when I eat I am consuming, this causes a dilemma. It is a dilemma because I can't produce. It takes away from valuable producing time, or when I'm eating one thing, it takes time away from eating various other things.

So, that's why I bought the Don't P-late. The Don't P-Late has on its face, a large clock embedded. It is seperated from my supper by a watchglass. Beneath are the standard hands, aswell as a second hand to add the sense of urgency that a properly devoured meal needs.

On a diet? Calculate your calorie consumption per unit of time and set alarm accordingly.

cuckoointherye, Nov 16 2004


       bristolz doesn't get it.   

       <a day later> Oh. Okay. Now she does.
bristolz, Nov 16 2004

       It's a clock; it's a dinner plate; it's a Don't P-late.
FarmerJohn, Nov 16 2004

       "Don't P-late" = "don't drink water before going to bed"?
half, Nov 16 2004

       I was suggesting a more subtle pun.
cuckoointherye, Nov 16 2004

       Thanks Brau. No, not much different. I'm proposing one should eat off it.
cuckoointherye, Nov 16 2004

       maybe the second hand could be thick plastic like a windscreen wiper and as it turned it wiped the food from your plate, forcing you to eat as fast as possible and making a mess all over your uniform.
benfrost, Nov 16 2004

       Ben... without wishing to cause offence, you do seem to spot the possibilities that nobody else has attempted to notice...
david_scothern, Nov 16 2004

       So this P-late thingy would make the consumers eat faster so they don't waste time feeding themselves instead of "producing"? Lo siento, [-].
Pericles, Nov 16 2004

       [Peri]'s convinced me this is evil. I already eat my lunch at my computer (ok, so I can surf the 'bakery, not actually work), it seems cruel to make me hurry as well.
Worldgineer, Nov 16 2004


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