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Halfbakery Lite

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A Halfbakery fork with all the same categories, but where people of meagre imagination, wit and/or writing experience can post their ideas without fear of virtual smirking, sighing, eye-rolling or tongue-clicking.
Ander, Apr 12 2016

EZBakery
[xaviergisz, Apr 12 2016]

Happy Cuddle Bakery
[xaviergisz, Apr 12 2016]

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       From the help file :   

       'Inventions are best if they're possible, or impossible in interesting ways."   

       This idea fails on both criteria.   

       ' Obvious contradictions meant as a joke - e.g., "dehydrated water" - grow old quickly,"   

       ... as would // where people of meagre imagination, wit and/or writing experience can post their ideas without fear of virtual smirking, sighing, eye-rolling or tongue-clicking. //   

       Wake up and smell the feathers and hot tar....
8th of 7, Apr 12 2016
  

       <smirks; sighs; rolls eye and clicks tongue>   

         

         

       <retrieves eye>
MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 12 2016
  

       "What spelling!" is my favourite annotation (to EZBakery) and I think it should be used more often.
mitxela, Apr 12 2016
  

       So... you want an easy bake coven?   

       <Python>   

       "We have found a witch, may we burn her ?"   

       </Python>
8th of 7, Apr 13 2016
  

       The Halfbakery Lite (sic) has already been around for a while now..... what's that clicking sound?
xenzag, Apr 13 2016
  

       <grammatical pedantry>[8th], I think you mean "We have found a witch; may we burn her?"</gp>
hippo, Apr 13 2016
  

       Actually, it's probably of greater correctness to say: "I think that which you mean is...."   

       Of course we're all meaning in the right direction.
xenzag, Apr 13 2016
  

       The wicked old witch ?
8th of 7, Apr 13 2016
  

       Turns out that wich is a word.
So; Which Wich witch witch which Wich witch? is grammatically correct.
  

       Take that buffalo!   

       coward
Voice, Apr 16 2016
  

       only where buffalo are concerned.   
      
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