Halfbakery:
HalfBakery insurance   (+4, -1)  [vote for, against]
You're in good hands...

You're hooked. You *know* you're hooked. A day without the HB would be catastrophic. I want an insurance policy to cover my therapy in the event of HB downtime. Withdrawal is the pits.
-- phoenix, Dec 17 2001

I'm getting better. Now I only read the 1/2B on weekdays; I can't even stand to look at a computer weekends. I attribute this to working at a boring computer-related job.
-- pottedstu, Dec 17 2001


The form would have to be on the bakery, otherwise we would have to leave for the time it takes to fill it in... and I don't wan't to leave...
-- RobertKidney, Dec 17 2001


oh no, you've reminded me that being without the bakery is going to be another thing that raises my intolerance levels over the Christmas period.
-- lewisgirl, Dec 17 2001


lg: come on, which is more important, Christmas or the Halfbakery? I mean you have Christmas *every year*. Can you not find someone to phone up and read it down the telephone for you, or visit one of the bakers in yr neighbourhood?
-- pottedstu, Dec 17 2001


yessss, [p'stu], I get Christmas once a year, and the halfbakery for eight hours a day, five days a week. Which one will I miss more? Exactly. At least I have HalfCon3 to look forward to after Hogmanay. Or did you mean //find someone to phone up and read [Christmas] down the telephone// to me?
-- lewisgirl, Dec 17 2001


Told ya so.

I want mah knot!
-- phoenix, Oct 23 2004


Unemployment insurance for if you lose your job because of excessive halfbakery use?

Maybe if Jutta offered that, we could get more ideas up here faster...
-- phundug, Oct 23 2004


+
-- xandram, Oct 22 2015


I was expecting a more comprehensive policy.

You get a good poster discount once you read the help file.

Your bones to buns ratio influences your rates, as does your MFD count.

Keep your policy current, and you're covered against a given amount of Halfbakery faux pas.

But if too many of your ideas are proven to have been baked before you posted them, eventually you lose your coverage.
-- normzone, Oct 27 2015


meh. [-]
-- Voice, Oct 28 2015



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