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

tie that's capable of pulsating
 
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Pulsating Tie looks like a flattened oesophagus and is capable of imitating a subtle pulsating action when a concealed switch is pressed.

It can do this because inside of the tie is a tube composed of a series of valves that open in close in a controlled manner. This process generates the impression of a continuous movement within the tie, as segments of the tube expand and relax in sequence.

You can activate your pulsating tie at any time, but it's especially effective when eating food in a crowded place.

Deluxe version emits a variety of "watery" noises.

xenzag, Mar 02 2019

https://twitter.com/Craftwife (Not the same thing but the tie reminded me of this) [Ian Tindale, Mar 02 2019]

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       I think this idea is missing the word "peristalsis".
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 02 2019
  

       I once posted a peristaltic shoe idea containing the words: "Alimentary My Dear Watson"
xenzag, Mar 02 2019
  

       And why is it a person who has studied paths is not a pathologist.
not_morrison_rm, Mar 02 2019
  

       And do paths lead to death?
wjt, Mar 02 2019
  

       Not circular paths, anyway this is getting all Buddhist.
not_morrison_rm, Mar 03 2019
  
      
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