Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Impossibagels is the name given to a range of bagels that feature simple interlocking structures such as two toruses. For easier understanding, it's best to view the illustration in the link. (just a basic notebook scribble)
xenzag, May 12 2019

Impossibagels https://sodabred.tu...a-halfbaked-idea-by
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       Klein bagels ?
8th of 7, May 12 2019

       You can draw that one up! Ha
xenzag, May 12 2019

       Hmm. The thing is, the drawing looks like two interlocked bagels, and seems possible. If you actually made and sold bagels like this, that would only serve to confirm the fact that they were not impossible.   

       Which reminds me - what the fuck is it with the hole in the middle of a bagel? It just makes it TOTALLY USELESS for any normal bun-type implementation. Yesyesyes, I know, it's so that poor bagelmakers can wander the streets with their wares threaded onto a pole. Well, I haven't seen an itinerant bagel seller for, oh, weeks or more; and in any case, splash out and buy a basket already. And yesyesyes, I know, it's to help the bagel cook more evenly. Well, guys and goys, if you're so bloody clever why can't you work out how to cook things evenly without the hole, like (duh) everybody else does? I mean, seriously, what kind of schlemiel creates a bun with a bloody great hole in it and then tries to market it as a feature?
MaxwellBuchanan, May 12 2019

       One that wants to make his dough go farther?
RayfordSteele, May 14 2019


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