Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Chewing the fat away
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Novacaine imbued chewing gum. If you can't enjoy the taste of food, you won't eat nearly as much. Not to mention the embarassment of slobbering all over yourself when you try. Great weight inhibitor!
sieghi, Apr 14 2004


       Forget the weight loss I just want a peice or two twenty minutes before going to the dentist. (+)   

       Novocaine - no gain!
FarmerJohn, Apr 15 2004

       And how would one continue to chew the gum after the initial numbness sets in? Numbing *gel* is very baked - intended for teething infants, but with many other dental uses; maybe it would be a simple matter to make it into a gum...   

       (I should get those wisdoms out sometime soon. Thanks for the reminder.)
Detly, Apr 15 2004

       // it will assist with the chances of chewing chunks out of your cheeks//   

       Nuh-uh. Once the gum falls out of your mouth, you're done.
phundug, Apr 15 2004

       //If you can't enjoy the taste of food, you won't eat nearly as much//   

       it's like saying - if cigaretes don't have any nicotine, you'll smoke less cigarettes.   

       actually, I think you'd try eating in such quantity as to get the same satisfaction as you used to get when you could taste the food. my guess is that you'll eat a lot more.
sweet, Apr 15 2004

       ah wumf oo eh oo umhing....
RayfordSteele, Apr 15 2004

       If you accidentally swallowed it, would your stomach go numb?
DesertFox, May 05 2004

       I accidentally clicked annotate and decided I wouldn't waste it. So here's my anno. [-]
disbomber, Apr 17 2005


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