Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Apply directly to forehead.

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emboss printing teeth
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Linotype was the now largely defunct system of creating typographic lines. The machines generated short lengths of type featuring raised letters, that were subsequently inked up and printed.

Lino-teeth uses this same principal only it outputs the groups of words embedded into the gums of sets of false teeth. Preset short phrase dental sets are carefully arranged and transported in a special box, with labelled dividers, so that when the need arises they can be taken out and used to bite into any soft material that requires an appropriate comment. This will leave an impression that has a top and bottom, so that it must be turned over to be read fully.

xenzag, Mar 21 2006


       So, this is only for toothless people? I have my own teeth, so would there be something like 'tooth cap type' to fit over real teeth?
xandram, Mar 21 2006

       It's not only for toothless people, nor does indicate as such. Can be slipped easily over existing teeth, supplanting them. I have already hand-made some sets and tested them. I just don't like over elaborate descriptions.
xenzag, Mar 21 2006

       I'm very sorry [xenzag]. I re-read it several times and just didn't understand //embedded into the gums of sets of false teeth//. I will give you a croissant to chomp on!
xandram, Mar 21 2006

       So, similar to those magnetic words you put on the refrigerator and people make poems with, but for your teeth? Too fun, a bun.
normzone, Mar 21 2006

       I'm kinda wondering what you normally leave bite marks on. And not coming up with anything printable.
DrCurry, Mar 21 2006

       Photos [xenzag], photos.
wagster, Mar 21 2006

       /when the need arises they can be taken out and used to bite into any soft material that requires an appropriate comment./   

       Brilliant. A virtual + from me.
Texticle, Mar 22 2006

       There are so many times when I could have used a set of these! I bite a croissant shape into your soft material!
bungston, Mar 22 2006

       What a wonderful way to ask your beloved to marry you, when sharing a romantic piece of gum! +
NotTheSharpestSpoon, Mar 22 2006

       From the title I was picturing linoleum dentures. Hardwood teeth I've heard of but linoleum? F'getaboudit.   

       You could use these for authenticating gold nuggets.
Texticle, Mar 24 2006


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