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

Musical Instrument, Ready To Eat
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A flute made out of dark chocolate. Give a rousing performance, then follow it up by an orgasmic culinary experience
theircompetitor, Jan 29 2004

whistle pops http://www.spangler...cts/whistlepops.htm
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       Piccocolate. Melts on your mouth and in your hands.
Worldgineer, Jan 29 2004
  

       cf. "Toot Sweets" in the movie "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang"
krelnik, Jan 29 2004
  

       [orgasmic culinary experience]   

       Do you mean it to be used in that manner? Doesn't chocolate melt rather easily? Granted, the cleanup could be fun....
normzone, Jan 29 2004
  

       When I was a kid, we had these little slide whistles, only they were candy. I loved them...
spacecadet, Jan 29 2004
  

       It would have a very dark tone.   

       Truthfully though, I don't think you could get chocolate to resonate at any decent frequency.
RayfordSteele, Mar 31 2005
  

       What next, chocolate violin bows and music stands for the musicians to munch on during a performance.
phundug, Mar 31 2005
  

       [spacecadet] you can still buy those sugar slide-whistles here, and also sugar 'flutes' (well, more like ocarinas I guess). Baked.
Basepair, Mar 31 2005
  

       Whistle pops (link)
JesusHChrist, Apr 01 2005
  

       --Hey, would a potato flute be a "Choccarina"?
Steamboat, Apr 03 2005
  

       excellent idea.
po, May 11 2005
  

       I'm amazed P.D.Q. Bach (aka Peter Schickele) never composed any music for edible instruments.   

       He did come up with the Concerto for Horn & Hardart, the Hardart being a large bulky instrument with compartments containing cups of coffee and pieces of pie for the musician to eat during the performance. But never a composition that called for the instrument itself to be eaten.
phundug, May 11 2005
  


 

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