Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Self-scratching casts

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So you have gone through the excruciating pain of breaking one of your limbs, and the, (if you're lucky) slightly less excruciating pain of having it re-set.
Do you really need to suffer the added insult of having it itch unbearably for the next month or so?
The answer my friends is, not anymore. <begin fanfare>
This year FryCo. introduces, <end fanfare>, a pre-cast, post-set, self-winding, size-adjustable, anti-bacterial wrap with micro fingers which, (very gently) massage, increase blood flow, and best of all reach all of the places inside of your cast that the back-scratcher with the fingers broken off just can't seem to reach.
Alternate name; Casting Aspersions.

Kinda Related http://www.halfbake...ic_20Plaster_20Cast
[DrCurry, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       on the casting couch?   

po, May 23 2004

       Plaster of Parisian masseur.
FarmerJohn, May 23 2004

       Fab idea, [2 fries], but I'm not getting how it actually works. Witholding baked goods.
lintkeeper2, May 23 2004

       witholding? thats a good trick :)
po, May 23 2004

       Can't you just put ants in there? More seriously, I would have thought that st3f's electric cast could take care of the scratching, too.
DrCurry, May 23 2004

       <must have 2'nd keeper of lint’s baked goods, think damit, think>
Uh, ok um, tiny push rods activate miniature scissor mechanisms that have these little rubbery nubbins on their ends in a...a gel coating. Yeah that's it, that's the ticket. <wipes sweat from brow>
Casting couch castigation completely copasetic. Can't contest Curry’s' cast rating ;)

       What Cutie Finster said.
The Kat, May 23 2004


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