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Halfbeakery II

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A range of high quality ceramic coffee mugs or beakers*, each one having upon the obverse an HB username, and caricature or cartoon of a prominent halfbaker; on the reverse, the text of said baker's** most-bunned idea.***

A minimum number of annotated ideas would be required to qualify for immortalisation in this way.

* Funerary urns also available for the mortal remains of those unwise enough to try out some HB ideas in person.

** For [Vernon] something more in the style of a aspidistra pot may be necessary.

*** Including, where appropriate, text reading "Do not try this at home, at work, in the middle of a desert, in an underground bunker, or indeed anywhere that doesn't have another habitable planet within easy travelling distance"

8th of 7, Apr 17 2014

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Prior Art and Copyright acknowledged. [8th of 7, Apr 17 2014]

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My most-bunned Idea is actually of modest length. [Vernon, Apr 18 2014]


       Printed in thermochromic ink, of course, so that it only displays when the beaker is filled with hot tea.

The problem though is that although the text of my most-bunned idea will fit comfortably on a small mug, the annotations won't, and it's the annotations that contain most of the good bits.
hippo, Apr 17 2014

       The URL and a QR link to the idea would be included.
8th of 7, Apr 17 2014

       I'd think I'd want my ideas' text correctified by a pro writer first.
FlyingToaster, Apr 17 2014

       Read this as Halfbearkery.
JesusHChrist, Apr 17 2014

       Must include a warning label: This product warps space and time in its vincinity.
RayfordSteele, Apr 17 2014

       ^ Hehehehehe.   

       //'m sure it could be made to fit as long the font is small enough.//   

       Eh ? Yes, you could have a font, which would have even more space than an aspidistra pot, but if you make it tiny it won't hold enough water for the christening ...
8th of 7, Apr 19 2014


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