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

for guest bathrooms and travel kits
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This (prank) toothpaste looks like any other toothpaste with a green, minty strip inside the center. Within the green strip are tiny pieces of spinach, so as the user brushes away, the pieces of spinach are being mashed into the crevices of all their teeth.

Smile! You'd only use this once, so we'll make it in small travel size tubes. (unless you don't look in the mirror after brushing!)

xandram, Jan 13 2010


       [bigsleep] what kind of humour is that?? oh well, I guess I'm the only one who thought this was funny. (not all ideas are good ones)
xandram, Jan 14 2010

       I know of certain people who could bypass the spinach effect.   

       Just don't give spinach to a cat if it has urinary problems.Albeit, a green grinning cat.
skinflaps, Jan 14 2010

       I thought it was funny. In the line of "gag" gift items. So +, but don't sneak any into my medicine cabinet, you little troll you!
blissmiss, Jan 14 2010

       I like. + The whole thing makes me smile. I better go check the mirror.
I'mGoingtoMarryJackWhite, Jan 14 2010

       [xandram] I posted an idea some time ago called Teeth of Wisdom. Look it up. You might like it.
xenzag, Jan 14 2010

       You can get wasabi in toothpaste-style tubes. We used to prank dumb Americans just in from the states...
lurch, Jan 14 2010

       [lurch] boy they sure were dumb - because all stores that carry Japanese foods have this! (in the US)
xandram, Jan 14 2010

       Not labeled "Colgate", they don't.
blissmiss, Jan 14 2010

       uhh... much as I hate to admit it, [xandram], this was 30 years ago. It (the tube pack, not the wasabi) was fairly new in Japan then, and hadn't gotten into many US stores yet.
lurch, Jan 14 2010

       it's OK [lurch] I'm old too!!!! you are right, we didn't know much about wasabi wayyyy back then!
xandram, Jan 15 2010


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