Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Whirling Dervish Waiter

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At large gatherings where staff must cater to a large number of people with drinks, mints, custard treats etc - the Whirling Dervish Waiter can be of considerable help. Dress them appropriately and have them spin in designated areas in the ship's ballroom with a specially designed tray having raised edges so as to prevent discolouring of the lapel. If you feel like a tasty morsel, approach carefully and with a darting snatch action, who knows what you may retrieve.
benfrost, Apr 30 2005


       Seen giving lazy Susan a whirl after hours.
FarmerJohn, Apr 30 2005

       Don't tip the waiter. He's so dizzy he'll fall on his face.
jaksplat, Apr 30 2005

       Excellent visual. Can also completely defend your gathering against invading ninjas, should such a contingency occur.
Soterios, Apr 30 2005

       Don't they do it to put themselves in trances? That might not be good for a waiter.
bungston, May 01 2005


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