Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Knife Through the Head-phones

in one ear and out the other
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Handle plus "in-ear" type phone on one side of the head.
Protruding blade plus "in-ear" phone on the other side.
Hair coloured connecting band runs over the top of the head.
xenzag, Nov 13 2009

(?) lest we forget the arrow!! http://www.partybox...0x250/arrowhead.jpg
[xandram, Nov 13 2009]

..or the airplane http://4.bp.blogspo...hrough+head+911.jpg
[xandram, Nov 13 2009]

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       While the principle is sound, I can't help but feel that the knife element is a little unimaginative.   

       Perhaps: 'Barstool Through the Head-phones', 'Fish Through the Head-phones', 'Severed Leg Through the Head-phones', 'Dwarf Through the Head-phones', etc....
Twizz, Nov 13 2009
  

       Lobster.
nineteenthly, Nov 13 2009
  

       A working chainsaw would get my attention
pocmloc, Nov 13 2009
  

       //knife element is a little unimaginative// it HAS to be a knife, because of the classic joke-shop reference. I've already done "severed fingers" version by the way.
xenzag, Nov 13 2009
  

       Would a pair of 'croissant through the head-phones' make you look too much like Princess Leah?
Fishrat, Nov 13 2009
  

       And I thought this was going to be ear buds with a cable that was knife cut tolerant.
wjt, Nov 13 2009
  

       [xandram]... where have you been? Great that yer back.
xenzag, Nov 13 2009
  
      
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