Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Rice Paper Finger Thimbles

For Cheezies and the like.
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Included in each bag of Cheezies or other sticky/stain inducing snacks would be a number of thimbles made of rice paper.

Put them on and eat away, when you need to use the remote or answer the phone, just eat 'em.

Giblet, Jun 12 2007


       Brilliant! Except I would feed mine to the dog at the end.
Galbinus_Caeli, Jun 12 2007

       You could also toss them back in the bag and reuse them later.   

       My cat would probably look at me funny if I gave them to him, then proceed to eat them in a profoundly uncatlike way.
Giblet, Jun 12 2007

       + This is so simple, yet so amazing!
xandram, Jun 13 2007

       I used to eat cheezies at work with a fork to avoid the dreaded intergalactic-orange contamination. Surely my co-workers would have laughed half as much if I'd had these babies. +
fancypants, Jun 20 2007

       Great idea, and it would prevent waking up with an orange penis after a night alone with a porno and big bag of cheezies.
garyspare2, Jun 20 2007

       Ewww. I'm not coming round to yours for a quiet night in.
wagster, Jun 20 2007

       i generally find this stuff in the couch on saturday mornings after cartoon hour.
abhorsen1983, Jun 21 2007

       Congratulations on a 2.5bun winner! I knew this was really a great and marketable idea when I first read it.
xandram, Jun 21 2007

       Rice fills up thimbles
Paper cuts finger (ow! paper cut!)
Finger picks riceplant
Thimble thwarts paper cut
hippo, Jun 21 2007

       Save the cheesed-up thimbles in their own baggie, for desperate noshing later.
Grumbleshark, Jun 21 2007


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