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

Executive toolbox for Cappuccino Carpentry
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Whenever I buy an expensive foamy coffee, I get the opportunity to disencumber the caffeine purveyors of one or more of those little wooden lollypop style stirrers.

I've now amassed a collection of around 30 of these things, and quite naturally, would really, really like to use them to craft a little office trebuchet.

What I need are some miniature nails, a saw, a tiny tape-measure and various other items I can use to make good my design.

zen_tom, Jan 26 2009

Ship Modeller's Toolkit http://www.hobbytools.com.au/prod558.htm
I would have thought something like this might fit the bill. [Jinbish, Jan 26 2009]

Matchitecture model making http://www.hobbytools.com.au/prod786.htm
Not as potentially interactive as a trebuchet, but something to think about. [Jinbish, Jan 26 2009]

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       I'm not sure where 'avail' came from - (I think I could have availed myself a lollypop) Would I have gotten away with 'alleviating' the coffee chain? - Still doesn't sound quite right though. A thesaurus suggests that 'disencumber' might be more appropriate, and it sounds better too - on account of it sounding similar to cucumber (edited).
zen_tom, Jan 26 2009
  

       BTW, it is quite easy to weave them into a respectable representation of a portcullis, for you to trundle your trebuchet through.
coprocephalous, Jan 26 2009
  

       I've been interlacing them into various star-shaped things that explode satisfyingly when thrown at Jerry, but might have a go at a portcullis next.
zen_tom, Jan 26 2009
  

       New from Rhipoff Magazines - "Coffee Stirrer Weekly". This lovingly crafted publication builds in 52 weekly parts into a comprehensive pictorial guide to beverage agitators of the world and their uses as mediaeval weapons of minor destruction. Week one comes with a free coffee stirrer to start your collection*. Issue one NOW at your newsagent, price just £1.99 (normal price £3.99)   

       * We reserve the right to substitute a plastic alternative.
coprocephalous, Jan 26 2009
  

       Yay... Of course I would prefer a CNC machine center and a place to download your designs.
madness, Jan 26 2009
  


 

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