Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Surprisingly not invented by the french & [marked-for-expiry]
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Meat flavo(u)red chewing gum for dogs to keep your pets teeth clean and breath fresh.

I figured it was a pretty good idea when I had it and apparently so did these folks. [link]


ah...but can they blow bubbles? http://xo.typepad.c...hewing_gum_for.html
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Sep 25 2010]


       Give your dog a tablespoon full of peanut butter and watch as it tries to get it off the roof of its mouth. Hilarious fun.
infidel, Sep 25 2010

       Uh, [2fries], I looked at that link and it includes a line that says, //..."Your pet's dog breath will soon be gone"...// That could also be interpreted to mean your dog may soon be among the dearly departed. (no breath=dead dog)   

       Just to be on the safe side, perhaps you had better include directions on the gum packaging that show the user how to perform the Heimlich Maneuver on ol' Shep...
Grogster, Sep 27 2010

       //Your pet's dog breath will soon be gone// Sounds so Stephen Kingish, Don't cha think.
blissmiss, Sep 27 2010


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