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

The first blade wipes close, the second EVEN closer
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As the annual brainstorming session at Gilette draws, yet again, to an inconclusively close. Some bright spark breaks the suffocating silence by once again piping up to say 'well we could always put another blade on it. Then market it by suggesting that if you use it you will be as cool as a fighter pilot whose girlfriend always sneaks up behind him whilst he's shaving for the sole purpose of caressing the end result.'
Smiles all round. The relief is palpable. Well if it works for razors why not for windscreen wipers. You could even have a second, harder blade that could be lowered for bug removal.
nichpo, Aug 08 2003

Trico History http://www.tricopro...ation_id=55&retry=1
"1928: "Five Ply" Blades. Who says multi-edge blades are a new idea?" [phoenix, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       The Question is, when/where will it all end?
Unless it is like cleaning products that are sold consectively as
now with bleach
..MORE bleach
...no bleach
..and at last the circle is complete.
Pun-tastic title BTW which gets my vote (buns for puns)
gnomethang, Aug 08 2003

       Exactly [gnome] remember the great 'micro' washing powder scam of the early 90's; Use less, carry less? Actually ended up as - Use the same, buy more. And BTW welcome to the Buns fo' Puns HB micro-sect. We have only 2 rules - 1. Never reveal your identity; 2. Never mention the name of the sect.
nichpo, Aug 08 2003

       Damn! - I've just outed myself.
gnomethang, Aug 09 2003


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