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

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Whoopee cushions have delighted small boys around the world for all time. But now the market is ready for a new product in the Whoopee range. The Whoopee condom should be constructed from characteristic purple rubber and marketed to customers wishing to combine love-making with comedy raspberry noises. It should be filled partially with air and partially with anatomy in the ratio 2:1. Then let the whoopee commence...
lubbit, Aug 18 2001

Exploding Condom http://www.halfbake.../Exploding_20Condom
Combine both ideas for maximum fun! [AfroAssault, Aug 18 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Sounds like this has been definitly been baked! http://www.southpar...%20Chef!%20Whoopie!
[Dub, Sep 07 2005]

Musical Condom http://www.ananova...._2019582.html?menu=
Not quite the same thing, but totally half-baked, and I'm sure the technology could be adapted pretty easily. "...a miniature speaker in the base of the condom...it registers the increased speed of the movements and plays the melody faster and louder" [DrCurry, Oct 14 2006]


       "Hello, Sparki? Your order is ready"
The Military, Aug 18 2001

       This idea sounds amusing lubbit, but isn't the idea normally to have your partner making the noise, not the accessories?
daisyjane, Aug 18 2001

       SOMEBODY has been watching a lot of Farrelly Bros. movies. THIS sounds very Farrelly-esque. I can see a Ben Stiller character or a Jim Carrey character using something like that with some pretty Mary or Irene. I am seeing a lot of Farrelly-esque ideas on this site
Sparki, Aug 18 2001

       Sparki, please say it isn't so!
The Military, Aug 18 2001

       lubbit, I think that if I got laughing very hard the condom would become unnecessary. Very funny idea, though.
Dog Ed, Aug 19 2001

       Extremely bake-able. There is a U.S. patent (I don't have time to find it right now) on a condom that incorporates an electrical device that plays a tune when two elements therein make contact. The suggested tune was something silly (duh) and dramatic like the 1812 Overtune or the like.
snarfyguy, Aug 20 2001

       If I remember correctly, I read that that condom whistled "Dixie."
FakeGreenDress, Aug 20 2001

       I guess I'm old-fashioned but the electrical device condom is a bit too artificial. With my luck it would play "It's a Small World" instead of Tchaikovsky.   

       Maybe combine ribbed condom and music box technologies to create a condom which plays a tune. Use the "Star-Spangled Banner" and your Clinton would have to stand at attention.   

       If your composition truly required the addition of the raspberry you could just stick the rubber raspberry thing in your butt hole.
Bonarein, Aug 20 2001

       <Mustn't laugh. Mustn't laugh. Boss is just across the room. Mustn't laugh. Just bite yer bottom lip, give croissant and get the hell out of this idea.>   

       Yes... gives the phrase "makin' whoopee" a whole new meaning. I'll never be able to listen to that song with a straight face again, damn you.
Guy Fox, Aug 20 2001

       Waugsqueke, Meow Mix had the opposite effect on one of my two cats...He always seemed to get the 'reverse-gravity' flavored bits...
StarChaser, Aug 20 2001

       I was envisioning a condom that would announce your 'arrival'.
phoenix, Aug 20 2001

       <Bob Eubanks>"Newlywed Number One: Where was the strangest place you ever made whoopee?"</Bob Eubanks>
The Military, Aug 22 2001

       waugsqueke - who is "rubberhead"? I don't see that ID on any posts here.
quarterbaker, Aug 22 2001

       Not anymore.
jutta, Aug 22 2001

       Whoopee anything, for the small boys' sake.
polartomato, Aug 16 2002

       It's actually quite possible to get rasberry noises when using a normal condom, though the condom itself had nowt to do with it. On that note it might be a bit confusing ("Was that me or it?") but it might create an interesting sensation (ummmm... a Beano Tickler?). Henceforth I shall prophylact... errr... contraceive (methinks a new verb is needed) ur croissant before handing it to u.
squigbobble, Sep 02 2005

       Has anyone thought to ask Miss Goldberg if she likes the idea?
Dub, Sep 02 2005

       too funny
benfrost, Sep 04 2005

       Advertisement: "Because your sex life isn't humorous enough..."
shapu, Oct 16 2006


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