Product: Mixer
Long turkey baster   (+1)  [vote for, against]

For introducing fluids from far away,, most useful for cases where the chemicals might interact with each other in a dangerous manner. (see link that inspired it)
-- bob, Feb 13 2019

super acid reacting to water [bob, Feb 13 2019]

Well, if we remember Mork's parentage...
-- not_morrison_rm, Feb 13 2019

Mmmmm, long turkey. Delicious.
-- pocmloc, Feb 13 2019

I feel as if external-pusher peristaltic pumps might already be used to send foods and beverages down long lines...
-- beanangel, Feb 13 2019

yes Bean, but my idea alows for greater Mobility and no reliance on an external power source.
-- bob, Feb 14 2019

I'm going to order a specially long oven to cook it in.
-- pocmloc, Feb 14 2019

to be gratuitous you could make it multicompartment like a 3 color toothpaste tube, attach it to a 3d printer arm and then custom flavorize the surface in a pattern. For use on vegetables only, I'm a vegetarian.
-- beanangel, Feb 15 2019

"Long turkey" sounds like a euphemism - perhaps the marketing name for alligator meat.
-- MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 15 2019

You don't want to meet a real alligator - even the newly hatched ones are vicious.

You'd be much better off with some sort of scale model ...
-- 8th of 7, Feb 15 2019

I suppose you could use a fish kettle to set it on, instead of a roasting tray (which wouldn't be long enough).
-- pocmloc, Feb 15 2019

// You don't want to meet a real alligator - even the newly hatched ones are vicious. //

You must be confusing them with crocodiles. Alligators are pretty friendly, for animals with so many sharp teeth.
-- notexactly, Feb 16 2019

//Alligators are pretty friendly// Not according to the Intercalary. He got attacked by one during a picnic and went into anaphylactic shock. He said the attack was completely unprovoked, but since then he's developed a distinct phobia about them.
-- MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 16 2019

No, hang on. I was thinking of wasps.
-- MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 16 2019

random, halfbakery