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

mouses designed to look like animals
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Computer mouses created to look like animals, such as, turtle, fish, cat, and more for children and adults who want to add a little fun to work.
Mtkg431, Apr 25 2002

(?) MouseStuff http://www.mousestuff.com
Frog, pig, panda and puppy mouse available - soon to come: bee, ladybug, duck & bunny [LoriAnn, Oct 23 2002]


       All right, croissant for the kids. Don't think I won't make fun of you if you show up to work with it though...
spartanica, Apr 25 2002

       Are they shaped like other animals or are these merely outfits for your current mouse - mousefits perhaps?
bluerowan, Apr 25 2002

       How about the slug version?
bristolz, Apr 25 2002

       Porcupine? Starfish? Camel? Sloth?
phoenix, Apr 25 2002

       Well, sorta baked. You can actually get a mouse-shaped mouse (complete with cheese-appearanced mouse-mat). (And my manager has a mouse shaped like a bikini-clad bathing beauty. Guess where the buttons are.)
angel, Apr 25 2002

       Hm. I was hoping for a way to use actual animals as computer pointing devices.
waugsqueke, Apr 25 2002

       Angel: Are the buttons on her giant...ears?
[ sctld ], Apr 25 2002

       My brother has a mousepad with a wolf howling at the moon. If you push on the moon, the mousepad actually howls at you. You could pair the animal-shaped mouse with the appropriate noise-making mousepad.
ickle me, Apr 25 2002

       [ sctld ]: Yeah, right.
angel, Apr 26 2002

       You would do a lot of business with cameleons since they would keep "disappearing".
FarmerJohn, Apr 26 2002

       The porcupine version wouldn't be very user freindly. (+)   


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