Food: Bread: Shape
Klein Croissant   (+1)  [vote for, against]
Completely flaky all over

The outside and inside of this croissant are all one, thus making it very flaky.

Dipping the croissant in any tasty sauce is equivalent to filling it with said tasty sauce. Less work for everyone.

Finally, the selling point for this idea making it the holiday treat of choice for many years to come, klein croissants have zero volume. How's that for diet food? Eat as many as you want.
-- sartep, Dec 10 2003

neat mugs http://www.kleinbot...ug_klein_bottle.htm
[po, Oct 05 2004]

Klein Bottle
[sartep, Oct 05 2004]

I don’t know if it would be possible to eat one of these, because when it’s inside you, you would also be inside it. I suspect that you would have to eat two at a time in order to avoid being inside yourself.
-- AO, Dec 10 2003

Thanks, that's another great selling point. You have to atleast eat two.
-- sartep, Dec 10 2003

Can you make a plush version of this?
-- phundug, Dec 11 2003

re: link. I don't see the connection sloopy

-- po, Dec 11 2003

Three jolly sailors from Blaydon-on-Tyne
They went to sea in a bottle by Klein.
Since the sea was entirely inside the hull
The scenery seen was exceedingly dull.

From “The Space Child’s Mother Goose” by Frederick Winsor.
-- AO, Dec 11 2003

they really should do urine specimen klein bottles! sorry, make myelf laugh sometimes...
-- po, Dec 11 2003

AO: actually, since it's the croissant that goes through hyperspace (or whatever they call it), you could eat one, you'd just be eating the outside at the same time as the inside.
-- DrCurry, Dec 11 2003

Who is Klein and why does it apply to pastries? But it sounds tasty.
-- UrineForATreat, Dec 11 2003

No, no, it will make us all croissant dip.
-- Overpanic, Dec 13 2003

Isn't a klein croissant a four dimensional object and therefore not able to be rendered in three dimensions?

This will make eating difficult. Tut.
-- k_sra, Dec 17 2003

See Sartep's link, although if you look very closely, they're not *true* Klein bottles; (the 'outer' wall of the narrow tube is not continuous at the bell wall boundary).
-- RayfordSteele, Dec 17 2003

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