Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Glow in the Dark Popcorn Bucket

find your snacks during the movie
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Behold the cinema and its blackness, prone to swallow your sticky snackness.

Add some glowing paint to the bucket, making your snack much easier to find.

joeforker, Jul 24 2005


       I've always loved anything that glows, although if I do some homewerk I'll probably be dismayed. [+]
normzone, Jul 24 2005

       This reads like some kind of allegory for adolescent oral fumblings at the movies.
ConsulFlaminicus, Jul 24 2005

       There is already plenty of light reflected from the screen; any more would be distracting. Besides, if they can't find it, they will be less likely to grow fat.
Aq_Bi, Jul 25 2005

       Firefly popcorn? Not more distracting than the already ever-present dancing blue lights in any dark public area.
reensure, Jul 25 2005

       I was going to suggest coating the popcorn with a glow-in-the-dark, non-toxic substance, if there is such a thing. It would be cool to see little glowing blobs leap into the air then disappear. Also it would help cinema staff clear up afterwards.
pooduck, Jul 25 2005

       I generally dont have popcorn as the cinema, and when I do it's never really a bane to eat in the dark...what would be annoying though is a large cinema hall filled with glowing tubs being passed around while i'm trying to watch a movie....equally or more distracting than the glowing screens of people who play with their mobile phones....sorry M8
shinobi, Jul 25 2005

       Consul, no, actually even Charley Brown could make that more intriquing.
blissmiss, Jul 25 2005

       Behold the cinema and its blackness, [pr]one to swallow your sticky s[l]ackness....   

       The defence rests, your blissness.
ConsulFlaminicus, Jul 25 2005


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