Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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alarm clock, minus la

right...an arm clock
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a clock could be affixed WITHIN the arm, so that just looking at your wrist would allow you to see the clock face, and the digital time (digital, because wasting time trying to read the two hands is silly, and has made me mad since I was young). It could be wired to the central nervous system...probably...but that's what makes it half-baked, right? Just imagine, never having to get a watch-banded tan again...
crackriot, Jan 09 2002


       You get watches with clear plastic bracelets.
pottedstu, Jan 09 2002

       Baked in Sci-Fi. Problem is, what do you do when the battery runs down (or when the watch breaks)? Day surgery every 2-3 years?
phoenix, Jan 09 2002

       //tame timekeeping woodpeckers// hahahaha
thumbwax, Jan 09 2002

       The arm clock would get its power from your brain's electricity. Sounds awesome. Have a croissant.
disbomber, Apr 03 2005

       What happens when daylight saving time kicks in?
hidden truths, Apr 04 2005

       Move to Arizona.
Tabbyclaw, Apr 19 2006


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