Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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adverts printed unto ears
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This is an improved version of the traditional sandwich board, where a person walks about as a mobile advert. Earverts are specifically designed to work in crowded places were people have to queue up or there is very free little space. They consist of a hat with two wings projecting from each side, like ears, upon which the message is inscribed, so that it is visible from both the front and the back. Electronic, illuminated or animated messages are also possible. The messages are intended to be read by the person or persons jammed immediately behind or in front of the earvert carrier, in a place of close confinement, like an elevator of moving stairs.
xenzag, Nov 22 2005


       pearverts - either advertisements on fruit, or sexual deviants with a fetish for petit-pois.
zen_tom, Nov 22 2005

       As Van Gogh's beau said when she opened up *that* parcel...
What's this 'ere?
Jinbish, Nov 22 2005

       Baked by Walt Disney co.
Minimal, Nov 23 2005

       print 'Half' on one ear and 'bakery' on the other.
benfrost, Nov 23 2005


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