Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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new scale theory

a scale that uses foods- not just the average 1-10
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this scale ranges from pea- to steak. pea obviosly being the worst, and steak the best- any food can come inbetween (must be primary food- eg cheese, bread, marmite- beef is ok- but not roast dinner) depending on how good the food is detirmines the rating of the thing. This has the added bonus of being able to give attributes to the food and therefore to the thing in question. eg- if i had to say how important fullstops are in punctuation- id give it bread. why- brerad is a keystone in food, solid reliable robust- and without it- i wouldnt know what to do... think on...
badgerbloke, Dec 06 2001

Marmite http://www.marmite.com
Food of the gods (or maybe just the English). [Aristotle, Dec 06 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]


       Marmite is evil. It would be worth minus 1000000. (blissmiss, do a 1/2B search for marmite, and you'll find more than you ever wanted to know). I think there's a reason for using numbers as part of measurement systems. Fishbones/croissies works because it's binary, and even then a cat might disagree, but anything more would be very unintuitive. What do badgers eat? Slugs and insects?
pottedstu, Dec 06 2001

       btw, this is baked. haven't you noticed how the ideas here are rated?
mihali, Dec 06 2001

       I assume you intended irony when you chose punctuation as your example?
beauxeault, Dec 06 2001

       I rate the hyphen as the salt of punctuation, because if misused it's really horrible.
pottedstu, Dec 06 2001

       but misuse of apostrophe's makes my skin crawl
lewisgirl, Dec 06 2001

       //but misuse of apostrophe's makes my skin crawl//
You mean "apostrophes" of course.
bristolz, Dec 06 2001

       yes- perhap's I did....
'... "...- >;@)
lewisgirl, Dec 06 2001

       Heh. I wasn't sure if it was irony or not.
bristolz, Dec 06 2001

       steel yourself for three pages of puns..........
po, Dec 06 2001

       Okay then . . .

Carnation milk is the best in the land;
Here I sit with a can in my hand.
No tits to pull, no hay to pitch,
You just punch a hole in the son of a bitch
bristolz, Dec 06 2001

       i do not like green eggs and ham...j/k!   

       let me tell you 'bout brussels sprouts
when we have them i's just sits and pouts
me mum looks over and says "eat them young man...
...or it's the back o' yer 'ead with a frying pan!"
mihali, Dec 06 2001

intrinsically funny.
lewisgirl, Dec 06 2001

       <h1>ON TOPIC:</h1> In what way is this- a "Theory"?Other than- the fact that we've- just- disproved it.
pottedstu, Dec 06 2001

       My wife and I recently went to a dinner where the host provides the meat dish and the guests all bring salads, desserts, and side dishes. The host said, "Just bring something that goes with ham."   

       So my contribution was green eggs.   

       (Fortunately, my wife is a more responsible guest, and had prepared some real food item as well.)
beauxeault, Dec 06 2001

       How did you make them green? Food dye?
bristolz, Dec 06 2001

       Nah, uh! I don't believe you.
bristolz, Dec 06 2001

       Scrambled eggs + grape juice = green eggs.
beauxeault, Dec 07 2001

       I was thinking fried eggs, like in the book, and wondering how one could color them.
bristolz, Dec 07 2001

       Blue food coloring will make blue whites and green yolks. It's pretty gross-looking, though it tastes exactly the same.
egnor, Dec 07 2001


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