Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Glowing wonders!
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A straightforward idea: this toilet is made of fused lucite rods. Looking thru the side it would be translucent but not see-thru. The lucite rods conduct light, which is emitted from their ends where they terminate at the bowl interior. Splashes in the bowl would appear to flash with transmitted light.

As I think about it, it might provide a better visual to have the outside of the toilet be mirrored chrome.

bungston, Apr 19 2004

Go and glo http://www.halfbake...a/Go_20and_20Glo_27
Similar idea, but using nasty chemicals. [bungston, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       Baked- Vindaloo does this to my toilet.
Cunninglinguist, Apr 19 2004

       Pump the rods with a powerful laser. As soon as dirt settles and light is coupled out of a rod the laser blows it off. Also warms the toilet seat.   

       Warning: Do not stare into the toilet. Laser radiation can be harmful to your eyes.
kbecker, Apr 19 2004

       //...outside of the toilet be mirrored chrome.//   

       High maintainence, but given the money, I'd buy one.
Letsbuildafort, Apr 19 2004

       I suspect that abrasive toilet cleaners would pretty quickly scratch up the interior, giving it a frosted surface. Apart from that, gee, I dunno. Are there any glass toilets out there in the real world?
DrCurry, Apr 21 2004


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