Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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multi-headed pen

for naughty schoolchildren
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to write, "I will not feed the principal to my hampster" 500 times.
Voice, Sep 07 2006

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       Baked, I think, but I can't find a link. I think people have constructed pantograph-like devices for writing/signing many copies at once.
wiml, Sep 07 2006
  

       to write: "I must not cheat" in 50 different languages
xenzag, Sep 07 2006
  

       Tsk, do it all over again - there's no such word as 'hampster'.
Ian Tindale, Sep 07 2006
  

       *hampster*= hamper + dumpster?
xandram, Sep 07 2006
  

       no ! hampster = ham + piss taker
xenzag, Sep 07 2006
  

       hampster= funny law enforcers in the army?
NotTheSharpestSpoon, Sep 07 2006
  

       [21Quest] , I think those artifacts are used for drawing a set of evenly spaced lines upon the board so that musical notes can be drawn thereon. Henceforth. Vis a vis.
GutPunchLullabies, Sep 07 2006
  

       Yeah, I saw those multi-chalk-holders in grade school, but they were not for student use. The teacher used them for something besides music, but that's all I remember.   

       Back on topic: This alleged idea has no method, originality or need. It does have poor spelling and capitalization, though. [-]
baconbrain, Sep 07 2006
  

       Ive seen the four pronged ones for music, and also 3 pronged ones for learning to write.
bleh, Sep 07 2006
  
      
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