Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Swiss Army Cheeseboard

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A special, portable selection of cheeses, which fold-away in the style and shape of a swiss army knife. This could include some stilton, cheddar, brie (not bree!), and edam. It would be useful for picnics and camping trips, as an alternative to gateau. Also the device would have some kind of chiller box element built in to the red plastic sides, so as to keep the cheese fresh.
Zircon, Jan 30 2003

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       Does it come with Swiss Army Biscuits in a disticntive red-and-white packet ?
8th of 7, Jan 30 2003

       I can see a lot of holes in this idea.
DrBob, Jan 30 2003

       Also, fold-up wine. And fold-out crackers (or whatever Americans call them).
kropotkin, Jan 30 2003

       There'd better be some smoked varieties in there too. Mmmmm smoked Bavarian. *Salivates*
RoboBust, Jan 30 2003

       The fold out wine would have to be detachable, otherwise how would you bring the included fold out corkscrew to bare? Hmmm, yeah the device would have to also incorporate all the tools and features you need for a good cheese board, as noted in annos above.   

       Also I just failed my 4th driving test, D'oh, thought y'all should be the first to know.
Zircon, Jan 30 2003

       // Also I just failed my 4th driving test, D'oh, thought y'all should be the first to know. //   

       Yow. Sorry to hear that. Some people are just not meant to drive, I guess.
waugsqueke, Jan 30 2003

       Yes. Unfortunately, many of them are licensed anyway.
snarfyguy, Jan 30 2003

       Maybe take a platter of swiss cheese on your next test and offer it to the instructor as a gesture.
skinflaps, Jan 30 2003


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