Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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The phrase 'crumpled heap' comes to mind.

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Hot Drive

Make the most of your 3.5" drive slot.
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The 3.5" floppy drive on my PC has become redundant since the introduction of cheap reusable CD media and USB flash drives.
Now looking at the drive, it seems to be the perfect shape to accept a pop tart.
Now i'm not sure if the heat off the processor could be used to heat up the drive, or if an alternate heat source would be required, but these technicalities can be ironed out.

Now i'm wondering if i could get a slice of bread in the 5.25" inch bay...

MikeOliver, May 06 2004

(??) 5 1/4 Pizza Oven http://www.halfbake..._2f4_20Pizza_20Oven
[half, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

(???) Free beverage holder http://www.ahajokes.../fun_downloads.html
Top right (first one on th right) [DesertFox, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


skinflaps, May 06 2004

       Whatever you can fit... crumpets would go nicely in the 5.25 and pizzas as pointed out in the link!
Would probably need a crumb tray for easy cleaning.
MikeOliver, May 06 2004

       I came acroos this little program awhile ago and this reminds me of it. The program popped up a little window that had the CocaCola logo on it and words saying something like this: "We would like to thank you for perchasing our CocaCola products and would like to reward you with a free cup holder." Then the CD drive pops out.   

       Interest, also relevant. See link [Free beverage holder]
DesertFox, May 07 2004

       What if we figure out how to add a flexible shaft to the drive motor and use it to mix milkshakes and frozen drinks?
zigness, May 08 2004


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