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Thin Mint Syringe

Precision Dairy Applicator
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Thin Mint Syringe comes in the thin mint box. Allows the consumer of Thin Mint Cookies to inject exactly precisely the appropriate amount of milk inside of the Thin Mint Cookie thus furnishing the perfect milk soaked Thin Mint Cookie eating experience.
vfrackis, Mar 03 2016

Mr Creosote https://www.youtube...watch?v=lhbHTjMLN5c
Terriby dangerous things, mints ... [8th of 7, Mar 03 2016]


       Normal _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ This _ Weird.
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 03 2016

       Not a device for introducing a "wafer-thin mint" through the clenched teeth of a bloated glutton, then ?   


       Pity ... we'd be interested in that.
8th of 7, Mar 03 2016

       milk in mint thin ? you're not spoiling us, mr ambassador.
po, Mar 03 2016

       Thin Mint Cookies. My annual fall off the diet, forbidden fruit, cookie. Yummm. With milk, even better.
blissmiss, Mar 03 2016

       Guaranteed to penetrate the market.   

       Is there an IV hookup version?
RayfordSteele, Mar 04 2016

       ^ You should post that.   

       Mainlining high-end confectionery would be awesome. Hear that faint crinkling noise ? That was your pancreas shrivelling like a dried leaf ...
8th of 7, Mar 04 2016

       While I generally prefer to dunk cookies in milk, occasionally, such as with Thin Mints, it doesn't work very well, so the alternative I have used (not to detract from the value of a Thin Mint Syringe) is to put the cookies in a bowl, smash them with a spoon, put more cookies in the bowl, smash them, ..., until the bowl is reasonably full of crumbs, after which I add milk and then use the spoon to eat.
Vernon, Mar 05 2016

       My God that sounds absolutely awesome. I'm gonna get some and try that. Thin Mint cereal-like. Yum.
blissmiss, Mar 05 2016

       [blissmiss], you are welcome!
Vernon, Mar 05 2016

       Uhmmm [Vernon], I'm glad you said I was welcome, but I didn't say, "thank you" to begin with. So your "you are welcome", is a bit premature. You might want to take that back, until I remember to thank you, in which case you could be sitting all alone, and very still, for a very long time.
blissmiss, Mar 06 2016


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