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Wafflegos

Stackable interlocking waffles!
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Ah, a great stack of waffles, standing high. Swaying peacefully in the breeze. Wait, did I say peacefully? No, that stiff wind just blew over your stack of waffles. But you knew that was going to happen anyway.

Introducing the Wafflegos waffle iron. This waffle iron makes waffles with normal waffle indentations on the bottom, but on the top, raised "negative waffle" bumps. This innovative system allows waffles to be stacked sturdily, so your leaning tower doesn't become a syrup shower. Order now and also get the Wafflegos baseplate, the plate with raised negative waffle mounds built in so the base of your heaping pile of waffles is locked sturdily in.

Note: This is different from the "Leggos" idea also in the halfbakery, as that idea mentions small, Lego-brick-sized waffles, while this idea is for full-sized stackable waffles.

DrWorm, Sep 09 2009

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       truly useless. who eats waffles in a stiff wind. +
dentworth, Sep 09 2009
  

       // This is different from the "Leggos" idea also in the halfbakery, as that idea mentions small, Lego-brick-sized waffles, while this idea is for full-sized stackable waffles. //

So they're really "waffleduplos" then?
nineteenthly, Sep 09 2009
  

       // "waffleduplos"//   

       ++
Jinbish, Sep 09 2009
  

       Oh yes. And don't get me started on waffletechnic.
DrWorm, Sep 09 2009
  

       What about waffleccano, with tiny nuts and bolts (perhaps made of pasta) to fix the waffles together?
pocmloc, Sep 09 2009
  

       Give me my waffle back! Le'go, le'go!
wagster, Sep 09 2009
  

       Oops! In my bunglery, I have accidentally deleted the link that someone (kaz?) added to this idea, while I was trying to click on it. Can you add it again, mystery linker?
DrWorm, Sep 09 2009
  

       Isn't the non-locking pattern good for something? For instance avoiding whole-waffle contact to the ground, or other waffles, for reasons of crispiness?
loonquawl, Sep 10 2009
  

       This idea made me instantly imagine gummy Legos. If they don't fit, bite off the lugs and use a few of licks. Serious fights over how many bricks you have, though.
wjt, Sep 10 2009
  

       + build-a-breakfast!
xandram, Sep 10 2009
  

       Yes, the indentations ARE good for something; they hold the syrup and melted butter. In the design described here, there are only bumps on top, no indentations. Any liquid would then trickle down the sides and end up in a puddle on your plate.
Jim Bob of Merriam Park, Sep 11 2009
  

       Well the raised bumps could have holes in them. Stack them upside down and each indentation becomes a draining receptacle. The hole size could be scientifically researched to provide optimum syrup retention.
egbert, Sep 11 2009
  
      
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