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

crunchy snacks with something to say
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imagine a snack that comes in a package with like 10 cookie like items, you grab the first one and crunch down on it but instead of a steady "crunch" the microscipic layers, designed at different thicknesses to break in a pattern, actually mimic a voice and say one short word, like "will" and as you eat each piece another word vibrates your teeth, this way you could have a sentence in a package, like "will you marry me" or "con grat you lay shuns" etc.

******Update******* marketing now has at their fingertips paper thin printable electronics that for a few cents can have packages play pre recorded sounds like "betcha bite a chip" when you pull the bag open.....oh the humanity....

Arcanus, Nov 15 2008


       Khe ill your pair ents. crunch crunch crunch.
Jerk, Nov 15 2008

       all.. your.. chips.. are.. be.. long.. to.. us..
samosa_pirate, Nov 15 2008

       now-brush-your-teeth +
xenzag, Nov 15 2008

       nom nom nom.
Spacecoyote, Nov 15 2008

       buy.. an.. oth.. er.. pack.. et
Mony a Mickle, Nov 15 2008


       ...one.... two..... one.... two.... is... this....thing... switched...on.....
8th of 7, Nov 15 2008

       you___r___going___to___need a___fanny=======> counterweight...soon.
blissmiss, Jun 02 2009

       How about they just scream instead?   

       Or maybe that could be the limited edition "Halloween version" talking food.   

       It would be even better if they would scream from the moment you picked one up.
ultra-toaster 3000, Oct 18 2009

       blissy, you're so witty!
po, Dec 22 2009


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