Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Giant egg slicer

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for watermelons
simonj, Jul 01 2010

Watermelon Slicer http://www.instruct.../Watermelon-Slicer/
Crude prototype you can make yourself. [jurist, Jul 02 2010]

Melon and Pineapple Slicer http://www.kitchenk...neapple-slicer.html
Slightly more elegant and effective solution to the task, though less resemblance to an egg-slicer. [jurist, Jul 02 2010]

Egg Slicer - Mona Hatoum http://www.national...a%20Hatoum&submit=1
[Size: 104.00 x 117.50 x 93.00 cm] [hippo, Jul 02 2010]


       Awesome! +
csea, Jul 02 2010

       I thought this was going to be for ostrich eggs or something like that...
Cedar Park, Jul 02 2010

       With suitable velocity I'll bet you could slice a boneless chicken as well. Bun! [+] (All apologies to the chicken)
Grogster, Jul 02 2010

       You beat me to it Hippo.
xenzag, Jul 02 2010

       You're a Mona Hatoum fan too?
hippo, Jul 02 2010

       Of course. Some pieces a bit "obvious", but otherwise great.
xenzag, Jul 02 2010

       What about the seeds ?
8th of 7, Jul 02 2010

       Silly. Boneless chicken doesn't have seeds.
Cedar Park, Jul 03 2010

       What [csea] said. + HELL YES!
blissmiss, Jul 03 2010

       This is a ripoff of my micro watermelon slicer for eggs.
doctorremulac3, Jul 03 2010

       What is a watermelon but the egg of the watermelon plant? I'm willing to entertain ovary.   

       Perhaps a testicle of sorts with the soil being the endometrium, to complete the analogy.
rcarty, Jul 03 2010


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