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Coffee pot with two halves - one for regular, one for decaf
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There aughta be a coffee pot with two halves - one for regular, one for decaf. This way the waiter doesn't have to carry around two different pots. He pours regular out of the left side, and decaf out of the right side. This would also require a new brewing system, but it's all part of the infrastructure.
dplass, Jul 13 2004

Symmetric Pot http://www.halfbake.../Symmetric_20Teapot
use this [FarmerJohn, Oct 21 2004]


       you just wanted to say infrastructure...
daseva, Jul 13 2004

       It's akin to Gilette (or was it Schick?) that sold razors cheap, but the blades cost consumers more. The pot is cheap, it's the brewing system that really costs $
dplass, Jul 13 2004

       The difference between Symmetric Pot and TwinPots is that TwinPots have two chambers with different liquids inside.
dplass, Jul 13 2004

       How bout caf and double caf.   

       It's just crazy enough to work...
janbest, Mar 17 2007

       Since when does a waiter carry a coffee pot around? Customer asks for coffee. Waiter goes away. Waiter returns with said coffee in cup.
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 17 2007

       [Maxwell] What? You never need a refill?   

       Perhaps the pot could just contain decaf and the waiter could carry around a little pitcher of concentrated caffeine solution along with the sugar and cream.
Galbinus_Caeli, Mar 18 2007

       Decaf? [-]
nuclear hobo, Mar 18 2007

       Please, [nuc], watch your language. It's Sunday here.
baconbrain, Mar 18 2007


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