Product: Cooker
Breakfast Excreter   (+5)  [vote for, against]
An entire breakfast cooked with animatronic farmyard fun

Called to meeting so short description:

Chicken shaped fryer stands up to give you fried eggs. Pig shaped roller grill excretes cooked bacon from its behind. Etc, etc.

Inspired by "Flying Toaster" (the idea, not the person)
-- marklar, Aug 22 2011

(?) We got yer desert right here.
Eats shoots and leaves... <snigger> [2 fries shy of a happy meal, Aug 22 2011]

For toast and muffins you'd be stuck with a combine harvester that rolled'cross the table depositing same... which would be silly.
-- FlyingToaster, Aug 22 2011

strictly speaking eggs aren't excreted.
-- po, Aug 22 2011

//Breakfast Excreter//. Ummm, I already hold that title. Just a matter of different sequencing.
-- AusCan531, Aug 22 2011

...and where do doughnuts come from?
-- xandram, Aug 22 2011

...from animatronic-snake curled vomit.
-- rotary, Aug 22 2011

What about Brown Sauce ... ?
-- 8th of 7, Aug 22 2011

Biscuits and gravy. Sorta gross thought.
-- blissmiss, Aug 22 2011

Everyone already knows where Grits come from. Drawing attention to its origin is, in our opinion, in very poor taste.

Pretty much like Grits themselves, actually.
-- 8th of 7, Aug 22 2011

I didn't know Brits were familiar with grits. I would have thought you all have enough bizarre food already that you needn't truck with ours. But, whaddya know, even the Borg have a sense of cultural diversity... if only a sense.

[marklar]: from a marketing standpoint, I think the name of this remarkable device leaves serious room for improvement. I've spent enough time around the various animals that excrete or otherwise produce my breakfasty comestibles that I don't really want to be thinking about the word 'excrete', or any of its conjugate forms or synonymns, while I'm cooking and eating said products. On the other hand, the device itself is both inventive and disturbing, which gets my [+].
-- Alterother, Aug 22 2011

// Brits were familiar with grits //

Grits are on a United Nations list of "Things That The USA Has Given To The World", along with Root Beer, Agent Orange, Waterboarding, Drive-Thru Chapels Of Rest, Hawaiian Shorts in Obscenely Large Sizes, and The Music (?) Of Barry Manilow.

It's really not a list you want to be on.
-- 8th of 7, Aug 22 2011

Agreed. I want no part of that list.
-- Alterother, Aug 22 2011

Bless you, you shall be spared when the Revolution comes.
-- 8th of 7, Aug 22 2011

What's wrong with Root Beer?
-- RayfordSteele, Aug 22 2011

[8th_of_7] prefers Coca Cola, obviously.
-- mouseposture, Aug 22 2011

// What's wrong with Root Beer? //

You mean apart from the utterly nauseating taste ?
-- 8th of 7, Aug 23 2011

Pickled chicken.
-- skinflaps, Aug 23 2011

[8th], you should try Moxie.
-- Alterother, Aug 23 2011

Maybe it's just me.

If my breakfast were presented to me, on a regular basis, by a variety of defecating simulacra, and if someone told me how to make this stop happening, I would be really quite pleased.
-- MaxwellBuchanan, Aug 29 2011

Sorry, but it's just you.

Don't worry, "diversity acceptance" training may eventually render your world view a little less liable to general condemnation; in a few generations, condemnation may start to be replaced with pity. In the meantime, the risk of criminal prosecution, public humiliation, and quite possibly summary execution by a rampaging mob armed with torches and various very sharp agricultural implements is still very much a reality.

Even though you will live the rest of your life as a despised outcast, spurned by all right-thinking child molesters, murderers, rapists, drug dealers and real-estate agents, it is not impossible that in centuries to come, your "problem" will be viewed in a less judgmental way.

But don't hold your breath.
-- 8th of 7, Aug 29 2011

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