Halfbakery: Merchandise
Halfbakeware   (+13, -1)  [vote for, against]
For your kitchen

Plates with the half croissant and 50 cents picture printed on them to a lifelike proportion. Casserole dishes with fishbones on the bottom. Silverware with either fishbones and croissants on the handles and tumblers with the freezer liquid in the wall at a casual glance they look half empty or half full.
-- sartep, Jun 15 2005

(?) Not quite what you ordered, sir, but very nice http://www.bathyfor...m/halfbakeware.html
(except the mug, which is rubbish, but I've lost interest now.) [moomintroll, Jun 16 2005]

And if I like the guests very much, I break out the spectacular croissant crockery. All others get the fish.+
-- Susan, Jun 15 2005

And I thought this might be about stuff that was only half there... :)
-- Vernon, Jun 15 2005

Yeah, [Vernon}, me too! I was mentally picturing a half-loaf pan and wondering how you'd keep the dough from oozing out the open end.

Then I briefly pondered baking pans that half-cooked food, and I realized I already owned some of those. But I suppose if I was a better baker ...

{UnaBubba}, would that be service for 8? Or 32?
-- Canuck, Jun 15 2005

I still want a cup cut in half with a bit of glass or something covering the side so the liquid doesn't fall out. That would be cool.
-- finrod, Jun 15 2005

Ha, Vernon.
-- sartep, Jun 15 2005

Ha, Vernon?????
-- DesertFox, Jun 15 2005

If they were disposable plates and plastic utensils, they’d be marketable. Well, to me anyhow.
-- Shz, Jun 16 2005

Moom, those plates look good enough to eat... off of.

Take that! Invention/non-invention taking up all the space so nobody sees moom's plates!
-- daseva, Jun 16 2005

Bless you. [daseva]. You've made a gentle troll very happy!
Okay, sulk over now.
-- moomintroll, Jun 16 2005

I like the size you chose for the fishbone image on the plate, moom.
-- bristolz, Jun 16 2005

Thanks, [bris]. For me, less is always more! :)
-- moomintroll, Jun 16 2005

What a dish!
-- FarmerJohn, Jun 16 2005

Has to be a market for this. Something like eCrockery Press or something. HB should have them done up with the web addy printed on the bottom of each plate.
-- Soterios, Jun 16 2005

Wow, thank you Moomintroll! I don't think I could have done better.
-- sartep, Jun 17 2005

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