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

just like ski sticks but made for using with roller blades
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If the sticks were made similar to ski sticks, but had rubber spikes to help push you along, and also stop you falling over so much.
gizmo, May 03 2002

Roller Poles http://www.rollerpoles.com/
Baked. Many other brands available too. These have been around at least as long as in-line skates [waugsqueke, May 03 2002]

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       It would make the rollerblader look more of a fool. Hey, did I just come up with a good justification for croissanting this...
mcscotland, May 03 2002

       yes, do it.
po, May 03 2002

       I still think the roller blades are going to get stuck in the snow...
jurist, May 03 2002

       attach yourself by a long rope to a snow plough then!
po, May 03 2002

       Itsy-bitsy plows attached to the front of the rollerblades?
phoenix, May 03 2002

       Actually, [waugs], they pre-existed the inline skates but nobody knew what to do with them.
bristolz, May 03 2002

       before inline skates, there were roller skis. actually, they still exist for dry-land cross-country ski training. and they require the use of roller poles-type poles.
mihali, May 03 2002


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