Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Washing TV

Laundromats with TV screens on the machines
 
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Washing machines would be fitted with TV screen on the doors. You pay for the wash and select the program. This program would be same length as your washing cycle. Temperature control would also control the rating so hot would mean xxx and cold zzz on TV screen. Possibly there could be automatic sensor which would detect the types of clothes inserted into the machine and switch on the appropriate program. Washing machine filled with baby clothes would show Teletubbies and another filled with black lace undies would show....
Pellepeloton, Sep 23 2006

"...The Surf is on..." http://graphics.sam...ducts/145895_LG.jpg
So *THAT'S* how Unilever got the name... [jurist, Sep 27 2006]

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       and Teletubbies in black lace undies would show...
xandram, Sep 23 2006
  

       a hem...
po, Sep 23 2006
  

       //a hem//?   

       How boring would that be to watch a show about hems?   

       "...and here we have the French double cross stitch hem. Very popular in the late 1800's. Now we have the Single stitch, double crossover, overhead, through the tree hem..."
NotTheSharpestSpoon, Sep 23 2006
  

       (+) But I'm envisioning this in use at a public laundry .... if you've ever been to a public laundry you will know that the nutter density is at about 20%. I'm not sure if I'd want to watch porn in that environment just because I happen to be doing a load of undies.. I guess it would be a good way to meet people. :P
ionsfromzion, Sep 24 2006
  

       ...The Surf is on..
Pellepeloton, Sep 27 2006
  
      
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