Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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bodypack nutrient injector

never have to eat again, but do so all of the time.
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so there is a computer chip in your ass that monitors when you need protein and vitamin C and injects it in appropriate amounts. if your metabolism increases, it gives you more calories. your stomach is hooked up to a bag so that everything you eat goes into your backpack. of course that would have to be like a garbage compressor. maybe we could donate the mush to soup kitchens or fertilizer plants.
Journal, Feb 16 2009

Backpack nutrient idea Nutrient_20backpack_20UAFS
But with a different delivery mechanism. [neelandan, Feb 16 2009]

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       So, I don't need to eat delicious food but instead I get a computer shoved up my ass and I have to wear a colostomy bag. This is great because....?
wagster, Feb 16 2009

       I had a computer chip in my ass once. Really. I was stuffing a circuit board, I had chips all over the place, there was one upside down on my chair, and I sat on it. Computer chips hurt. I didn't get any damn vitamin C, either.
colorclocks, Feb 16 2009

       Journal, you're 15 and American, aren't you?
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 16 2009

       I'd be more inclined to go with a supplement-pack that you could dump dead cats. cockroaches, brussel-sprouts and other noxious "foodstuffs" into but still get nutrition from them... the biological version of "Mr.Fusion".
FlyingToaster, Feb 16 2009

       //the biological version of "Mr.Fusion"// Baked. Pig.
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 16 2009

       //Baked. Pig.// long or short ?
FlyingToaster, Feb 16 2009


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