Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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your Scottish plaid as a waffle
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Name your clan, and McWaffle will create it as a waffle pattern and enclose a set of specially coloured jams to supplement the package.

Once you cook your waffle, to complete the tartan plaid, simply add lines of the appropriately coloured jam using the special piping applicator.

xenzag, May 13 2010

Halfbakery: Tartanotroid Tartanotroid
//Special piping applicator// [zen_tom, May 13 2010]

http://www.imdb.com...438017024/tt0083798 in case anyone didn't "get it" [xenzag, May 13 2010]

Plaid in the UK http://www.telegrap...ripes-or-plaid.html
[mouseposture, May 13 2010]


       Excellent complimentary idea.
xenzag, May 13 2010

       <dress pedant>‘Plaid’ refers to the garment made of a large sheet of wool, (lit. ‘blanket’), of whatever colour or pattern, wrapped around the body or shoulders. ‘Tartan’ is the usually accepted modern term for the check pattern, or the fabric bearing that pattern. So you can have a plain plaid, a stripey plaid, a tartan plaid. You can have a tartan plaid, a tartan carpet, a tartan shortbread tin. ‘Tartan waffle’ describes this idea. A ‘plaid waffle’ could be any colour or pattern you like, but it would have to be made from woolen cloth.</dress pedant>
pocmloc, May 13 2010

       Plaid is a commonly accepted vernacular, as unworn by dead men.
xenzag, May 13 2010

       In America, perhaps.
pocmloc, May 13 2010

       //In America, perhaps.// Only in America? <link>
mouseposture, May 13 2010

       Bravo +
blissmiss, May 14 2010

       Is it my fault that general usage is wrong?
pocmloc, May 14 2010


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