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

Snap-together packing material
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Sheets of Bubblewrap with matching plug / socket bumps designed to work at all altitudes.

This material could be cut to size, and stacked together to form a semi-rigid receptacle for shipping odd-sized merchandise. Special corner-cubes could assist in making 3D shapes.

csea, Jun 13 2011


       [+] just thought I'd snap together this croissant for you!
xandram, Jun 14 2011

       This is a really good idea. I surprise even myself that I have absolutely nothing sarcastic to say about it. Good on yer!
Alterother, Jun 14 2011

       There's no need to take such a nasty tone, [Alterother].
spidermother, Jun 14 2011

       Many things in life could be improved by having snap-together interlocking edges.
pocmloc, Jun 14 2011

       I honestly didn't mean it to be nasty, I'm sorry if anyone took it that way. It was actually self- deprecation. Really.   

       My apology for any misunderstanding.   

       Wait... Am I being taunted? Nah...
Alterother, Jun 14 2011

       Brilliant! But... will they still snap together when you pop 'em? [+]
Grogster, Jun 14 2011

       A modification of this idea would be Velcro Bubblewrap, where the pattern of mushroom-shaped bumps would fit in between the spaces left between bumps. With both surfaces similarly bumped, it should stick to itself!   

       [Grogster] For 3x the usual price/sheet, we make an unpoppable Lexan version.
csea, Jun 14 2011

       // I have absolutely nothing sarcastic to say about it //   

       Get out ! Get out NOW, and make sure we NEVER see you in here again !   

       [csea], you should post that.
8th of 7, Jun 14 2011

       Put it under public:evil. Oh, wait, we don't have that category anymore. Doh!
RayfordSteele, Jun 14 2011


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