Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Halfscrew Bottle

Mayonnaise and tomato kechup bottles to have a screw that allows the jar to fall in half
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So you can get all the product out
chronological, May 11 2020

It Comes Out on Both Ends It_20Comes_20Out_20on_20Both_20Ends
Prior halfbake... better, I think. [neutrinos_shadow, May 12 2020]


       Bonus points for "Kechup" avoiding the spelling issue altogether.
blissmiss, May 11 2020

       sp. tomato sauce
pocmloc, May 12 2020

       So is this a container, with a base, middle section, upper section then lid? So that you can use the upper region, remove a section of jar, then reassemble as a smaller jar? Am I getting that right?
bs0u0155, May 12 2020

       It's a bottle with a top side and bottom side that can be screwed apart so you can get all the product out.
chronological, May 12 2020

       Why not have a container that is assembled from a stack of screwed-together rings, plus a top and bottom cap ?   

       As each "level" of the container is emptied, that segment is unscrewed and discarded (or cleaned and stored). At the end, only the top, bottom, and one ring remain.   

       The user can then reassemble containers of arbitrarily large size by simply screwing multiple intermediate rings together to create anything from an low, flat, single-ring container to an enormously tall cylinder, limited only by the mechanical strength of the material it's made from.
8th of 7, May 12 2020

       I hope this bottle isn't glass.
RayfordSteele, May 14 2020

       People in glass bottles don't go home.
pashute, Jul 05 2020

       Where do you keep them, then?
pertinax, Jul 05 2020

       //Why not have a container that is assembled from a stack of screwed-together rings, plus a top and bottom cap ?//   

       If the stack is sufficiently long you wouldn't need the end caps
pocmloc, Jul 06 2020


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