Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Your Head Kettle

Kettle made in the shape of your head
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Just so that when someone says to you in a fit of pique "ge'way and boil yer head" (that's said in a Belfast accent by the way to add to the effect) you can say in response "Ok I will then" as you proceed to fill your kettle, modelled as a replica of your head, and make a nice cup of tea.
xenzag, Oct 03 2005


       I can't understand why I don't have one of these already. I will look into how I can make one.
wagster, Oct 03 2005

       Water outa the nose and steam outa the ears.
skinflaps, Oct 03 2005

       Over here the pronunciation is more like 'Gwan boyur heed'. +
moomintroll, Oct 03 2005

       Variant: "Awa' an bile yer heid."
calum, Oct 03 2005

       The Maori equivalent - "pokokohua" (cooked head) - is traditionally a grievous insult.
Adze, Oct 04 2005

       ive been looking for one of these. + + +
benfrost, Oct 05 2005

       totally unrelated, the Japanese favor an iron tea pot shaped like a badger, due to a childrens fable about such.
dentworth, Oct 05 2005

       Really? Sounds like a short cut to merchanizing riches:   

       "Once upon a time there was a happy plastic wombat...
moomintroll, Oct 05 2005


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