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

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A carefully adapted mouth organ holder (like the one man band would use, goes beind the neck, and holds the instrument in front of the mouth), could be used to hold a sandwich, for those occasions when holding a sandwich is impractical (eg driving, typing, peeing...)
MikeOliver, Jun 06 2004

Hands-free Fast Food Holder http://www.halfbake...ast_20Food_20Holder
The name kinda says it all. [phoenix, Oct 04 2004]


       //peeing? //
I have a personal rule: Never input and output at the same time.
phundug, Jun 06 2004

       And don't take a mouth organ holder into a men's room.
FarmerJohn, Jun 06 2004

       only practical for food you can suck through a straw I think.
fuqnbastard, Jun 07 2004

       good rule farmer... plus it would be very hard to eat your crusts... doubtlessly earning a scolding from yer ma.
etherman, Jun 07 2004

       Once you have eaten the middle bit, you are left with two options.
Firstly, discard crust and incur mother's wrath.
Secondly, insert one end of crust into mouth, and slowly draw in, as you would eat spaghetti, and develop curly hair.
MikeOliver, Jun 07 2004

       i would prefer a sub inserted at right angles. more to get your teeth into.
etherman, Jun 07 2004

       Mmf mgfrm mmgf...Man, this sandwich needs tuning or something!
DrCurry, Jun 07 2004

       after a while... it wouldn't taste like a sandwitch any more.......eww..
lumpysausage007, Jan 16 2005

       this would be brilliant for heavy metal guitarists on stage - i can just see the roadies running out to replace the subway sandwiches between songs. yeah and the drummer too.
benfrost, Jan 17 2005

       hey, anything that makes eating easier is a + for me ;-)
Voodoo721, Jan 17 2005


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