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Sleepy Beak

Time for bed dear, put on your pyjamas, kiss gran goodnight and pop on your beak
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A plastic beak attached to a sleeping child gives them the appearance of small bird - but as i will illustrate - prevents them from rolling out of bed in the middle of the night.

Fastened securely, the long plastic proboscis can be crafted in the guise of any ample beaked feathered vertebrate you or your child fancies. Once placed on their back in the center of the nest, falling out, can only be achieved with a definite rotation of at least 260 degrees - the Sleepy Beak however limits that roll to 90 degrees either way.

benfrost, Dec 23 2004

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       Not for children or mates who are accustomed to sleeping on the edge of the bed.
jurist, Dec 23 2004
  
      
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