Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Nanotech that consumes dandruff
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Small machines that roam one's scalp, devouring dead skin and dandruff, safely removing the dreaded flakes once and for all!
mecran01, Feb 26 2001

Takes care of the hair http://www.halfbake...idea/perfect_20hair
[mrthingy, Mar 11 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]


       use an army of highly trained headlice or fleas;so to put them to good use
technobadger, Feb 26 2001

       What does one do about the machines' exhaust/excretions?
nick_n_uit, Feb 27 2001

       Mix it with water to form gasoline.
egnor, Feb 27 2001

       Poor little guy... you two have pushed him over to the dark side! Wherever that may be.
PotatoStew, Feb 27 2001

       Peter, the dust mite feces is a minor problem compared to the dead bodies. All that cold, clammy flesh and the oozing make it terribly dificult to get off to sleep at night.
DrBob, Feb 27 2001

       <wry> nick_n_uit, the machines would be programmed to replicate themselves using the waste as raw materials, of course. They would acquire the energy they need from the consumption of the dandruff (???), and then with waste and parts of the defunct, replicate further until your entire skin was crawling with little flesh eating beasties. Never have to bathe again! Ah, the glories of NANO! |P </wry>
absterge, Feb 27 2001


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