Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Electric nose cheese filter

switchable electric nose filter, for cheese and other substances
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Whilst wondering why I can smell cheese I thought probably it's that cheese, like any other substance, if friable (unlike Glaswegian pizza which really shouldn't be deep-fryable) and so likely to crumble at the surfaces/edges and then very little bits will go up my nose...

Now, if I happen to be walking through the supermarket and they have a promotion on cheese, and are waving bits of it about, they are putting small pieces of cheese up my nose, which is at best unhygienic, or is some kind of littering.

I mean, if they sneaked into your room at night while you were sleeping and put cheese up your nose, you'd call the police.

Anyway. I'm suggesting some kind of nose filter to cut out this kind of malarkey. The most successful might be two fine mesh filters, one on top of the other, with a small piezoelectric crystal that push one of them slightly out of alignment, so it reduces the effective gap size in the filter and reduces my cheese/nose contamination (I want to put footprint in here, but it's too many body parts) to something more acceptable...

Take that, you cheesemongers...

not_morrison_rm, Sep 25 2011

deep fried pizza http://en.wikipedia...ki/Deep-fried_pizza
[not_morrison_rm, Sep 25 2011]


       //I mean, if they sneaked into your room at night while you were sleeping and put cheese up your nose, you'd call the police.//   

       They *are* the police ....
mouseposture, Sep 25 2011

       <Lt.-Colonel Bill Kilgore>   

       "I love the smell of Edam in the morning…"   

       </Lt.-Colonel Bill Kilgore>
8th of 7, Sep 26 2011

       Hey, what's all this cheese in my nose?
Alterother, Sep 27 2011

       Well, from here* it appears to be either a particularly runny Brie, or possibly well-aged Stilton.   

       *And if you think I'm getting any closer, you've got another think coming.
mouseposture, Sep 28 2011


       Mmm, Camombert. With a hint of walnut, too. Must have walked past a cheeseball at that Heathen Convention cocktail reception.
Alterother, Sep 28 2011

       I've heard of toe cheese, but never nose cheese.
RayfordSteele, Sep 28 2011


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