Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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clockface sewn to the toe of each shoe
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dont bother rolling up a sleeve or moving your hand , look at your shoes
technobadger, May 29 2005

US 6,470,601 http://patft.uspto....70601&RS=PN/6470601
Watch-containing shoe [xaviergisz, May 30 2005]


       Clown clockshoes for the short-sighted?
st3f, May 29 2005

       //look at your shoes//
...or under them
phundug, May 29 2005

       Pencoats. Bookhats. Spoongloves. Keysocks. Torchcummerbunds.
Basepair, May 29 2005

       It's dark, I'm sitting at my desk, I'm wearing flip-flops.   

       (I was gonna say I was wearing my papal robes while my girlfriend was doing me a favor, but decided that was too offensive to even hint at.)
baconbrain, May 30 2005

       So why do you need clocks on both feet?
ldischler, May 30 2005

       It's good to know the right time and how much time is left.
FarmerJohn, May 31 2005


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