Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Fun Shaped Ice

Pre-packaged party ice in fun shapes
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Tired of the usual cubes? For your next party, how about ice in fun shapes. Star shapes for your cocktail party. Try shapes of dolphins, hearts, four-leaf clovers, how about alphabet ice for the kids. Maybe adult-themed shapes for the next hen party. :)
Uncledave, Sep 02 2001

Hearts. Awww. http://www.yougota.com/hearicecubtr.html
[jutta, Sep 02 2001]

Adult-themed shapes for the next hen party. http://www.bachelor...yshop.com/ices2.htm
[jutta, Sep 02 2001]

Dolphins. http://www.fantes.com/images/5263ice.jpg
[jutta, Sep 02 2001]

Yes, even ice cubes are bigger in Texas. Actually, they look kind of puny... http://www.guitars-...ducts/Detail26.html
[oatcake, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

novelty & adult novelty http://www.divineim...UE/SWEET/HEARTS.htm
baked ice: a HB first [etherman, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]


       Some of these are more easily available as molds. (I also think I've seen alphabet rubber molds, but can't find them on the web.)
jutta, Sep 02 2001

       You have a croissant from me because I am an uncle dave. I think it would be interesting to have ice frozen into the shape of water.
March Hare, Sep 02 2001

       Just get those fancy shaped ice cube makers.
DesertFox, May 11 2004

       Just get a miniature chainsaw and make carvings out of ice cubes.
phundug, May 11 2004

       Baked,Baked, Baked
etherman, May 11 2004

       pre packed is possible, i'm sure somebody does it, but why the hell would they bother. Yawnnnnn!
etherman, May 11 2004

       I think IKEA already has this. little rubber molds shaped ike stars and moons and such. those swedes were just a little quicker on the draw.
schematics, May 11 2004

       yeah they do <link>
etherman, May 12 2004


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