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Waterproof Toast

For the In-Shower Breakfast
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Time is a scarce commodity, especially, if like me you have localised gravity problems which make it difficult for you to get up in the mornings. This can sometimes lead to the shower/breakfast dilemma.

Waterproof toast is the obvious solution ensuring that both dietry and personal hygiene needs are met in a time-efficient manner making the world an altogether happier, cleaner and more punctual place.

Simply spray the toast with FDA approved "food grade silicone spray " [see link] which has the dual advantage of repelling water and easing swallowing.

Elias, Jun 03 2003

Food Grade Silicone Spray http://www.happcont...nance/29103200.htm!
[Elias, Oct 04 2004]


       But how do you make it?
snarfyguy, Jun 03 2003

       You could coat it in the plastic stuff medicine capsules are made of...
RobertKidney, Jun 03 2003

       Can I get waterproof coffee too?
Cedar Park, Jun 03 2003

       Start out with espresso.
Worldgineer, Jun 03 2003

       love it! brilliant but how? +1 for concept.   

       perhaps umbrella toast / toast umbrellas
po, Jun 03 2003

       Simply spray the toast with Food Grade Silicone Spray [see link]. This also ensures that the toast slips down easily even if its a bit on the burnt side.
Elias, Jun 03 2003

       I should mention that the containers of "Food Grade Silicone Spray" would of course be provided with hooks so that they can conveniently hang next to the shower gel - just don't get them confused or you'll be foaming at the mouth.
Elias, Jun 03 2003

       Also useful for when I take the toast out the toaster and put it on the kitchen work surface to butter it... only to find someone's splashed kettle water everywhere while they were making coffee, and my toast is drowning in it.
fshhhh, Jun 03 2003

       Save time: take your shower, please, then hop into your car to head toward work. When there, take your freshly-engine-toasted bread/bagel of your car and munch while walking in to work!
shavenwarthog, Jun 03 2003

       I really need this, what a good idea. No more hungry mornings... have a toasted croissant. +
saker, Jun 04 2003

       Cap'n Crunch has a thin film of wax on it. Same concept could be used on the toast, perhaps the wax could be impregnated with butter or fruit flavors?
TitaniumZ, Jun 04 2003

       //perhaps the wax could be impregnated with butter or fruit flavors?//   

       I think wax is a guy.
Worldgineer, Jun 04 2003

       How I wish I could deny that. They sure play damn crappy movies in airplanes.
Worldgineer, Jun 04 2003

       woohoo! no more rusty toast!
flyfast, Jun 04 2003

       Either skip the toast or skip the shower in my opinion
DarkRanger, Jun 04 2003

       The problem here is making the toast, which must be done the night before (stale toast) or during the shower (very dangerous toast).
bungston, Jun 04 2003

       I would say you then need an alarm clock that fires hot toast into your face. it would also allieviate the struggle to get out of bed, but would in turn cause Catastrophic Crumb Impregnation (CCI) on the bedsheets and pillow. thus causing mild irritation to the skin, and possibly eventual redness to the buttock-cheeks that would inevitably lead to a desire to go the shower before the toast cools down.
Tremadog, Aug 20 2004

       Here is a good idea. +
xandram, Apr 30 2013

       Is jam waterproof?
skinflaps, Apr 30 2013

       9 out of 10 of the secret ingredients in Velveeta alleged-cheese-flavor spread would be useful in this product. (I'm excepting the colorant.)
lurch, Apr 30 2013

       hmm, use a Kelvin's Thunderstorm device to toast the bread while you're showering. Best to shower in non-conductive footwear.
not_morrison_rm, May 01 2013


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