Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Enjoy a gentle cacophony of random melody to accompany the symphony of flavors you serve up at your next dinner party with our new line of silverware.
Each stainless steel piece has its handle end adorned with a tuning fork of a different note.

Bon apeting.

Play them at the touch of a finger Silverwear
[normzone, Jun 04 2005]

[sic] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SIC
An explanation from wikipedia. [Blumster, Jun 06 2005]


       [+]. Can I use them in Restaurant 4'33"?
contracts, Jun 04 2005


       Ahhh [contracts], I'm not sure Fluxus would allow for that...[+].   

       p.s. [2 fries], I think you need a few [sic]s in there. Or not.
Blumster, Jun 05 2005

       [sic]s ???   

       <----------------Link [2 fries].
Blumster, Jun 06 2005

       Who was it that said "You can tune a piano but you can't tuna fish"? Obviously they hadn't heard about Utunesils!   

       They will go well with my flute glasses. Should I keep them in an accordion file? And which fork am I supposed to use for the Sea Bass?
Canuck, Jun 06 2005

       “Don’t bite down on your fork! It will take the enamel right off your teeth!” suddenly becomes true.   

       <imagines everyone tapping their glass at a wedding reception>
Shz, Jun 07 2005

       Boy I'm going to have to get me a shopping cart full of those [sic] things.   

       I think that each utensil should play a tune, and using a radio signal they would keep in time, and so every mealtime and every time you cook, you would have a completely unique piece of music to listen too.   

       It might even open up a whole new catagory for judging food!   

       'I like cooking pizza, it sounds good...'
dbmag9, Jun 09 2005

       [+] I put them all in the dishwasher and heard "Singin' In the Rain" .....
xandram, Feb 22 2006


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