Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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like choco chips, but made of ketchup
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Sprinkle them on to your burger or sandwich or pizza. Microwave safe!

Dry on the outside, explodes into a tiny amount of wet ketchup when you bite into it.

haskell, Jul 31 2020

Atomic theory https://en.wikipedi...ilosophical_atomism
Not invented by someone french. [8th of 7, Jul 31 2020]

You can get the flavor but not the wetness https://www.herrs.c...herrs/1-oz-ketchup/
[xandram, Aug 03 2020]


       Who wants //a tiny amount// of TOMATO SAUCE on their food anyway?
pocmloc, Jul 31 2020

       I'd quite like ketchup delivered via something like an aerosol paint can, to give a thin, uniform coating of glossy ketchup over the whole plate
hippo, Jul 31 2020

       // Who wants //a tiny amount// of TOMATO SAUCE on their food anyway? //   

       Well, it appears [haskell] does.   

       Any other questions ?
8th of 7, Jul 31 2020

       [haskell] said these were to be sprinkled. It is theoretically possible for a generous sprinkling of many 'tiny amounts' to aggregate to a moderate or even large amount [citation needed].
hippo, Jul 31 2020

       // [citation needed] //   


       Atomic theory hypothesizes that all large objects are made up from two or more small objects.   

       Any MORE questions ? Do we have to do everything round here ?
8th of 7, Jul 31 2020

pocmloc, Jul 31 2020

       Oh, OK. Just as long as it's clear.
8th of 7, Jul 31 2020

       Also how does it "explode"? TOMATO SAUCE is a liquid, i.e. not compressible.   

       I suppose it would be possible to work out a chemical reaction where two volumetrically smaller substances are mixed by the biting action and then combine chemically to produce a volumetrically larger (though still tiny) quantity of TOMATO SAUCE.
pocmloc, Jul 31 2020

       <Gratuitous pedantry>   

       There are two types.   

       Normal stage blood capsules don't "explode"; rather, they burst under externally applied pressure, releasing a dark red-brown liquid (because under strong theatrical lighting, colours "wash out" and have to be much darker than in natural light; although the trend away from incandescent lamps has changed that).   

       The other sort contain a modest amount of pressure-sensitive primary explosive. These result in an immediate effusion of real blood. However, they are not favoured, for two reasons. (i) the "colour washout" effect mentioned above - real blood looks remarkably unconvincing on stage - and (ii) it is often difficult to use the performer the following night.   

       </Gratuitous pedantry>
8th of 7, Jul 31 2020

       //Not invented by someone french//   

       With that vile lie you have made a mortal enemy this day.
Voice, Jul 31 2020

       What is one amongst so many ? The waiting room's full. Take a numbered ticket from the dispenser and you'll get tannoyed when your turn comes.   

       Might be a while.
8th of 7, Jul 31 2020

       The kiddos would love them. Market it, quick.
blissmiss, Jul 31 2020


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