Product: Camera: Shape
Polaroid Toothpicks   (+3)  [vote for, against]
Grind things with your molars and pour saliva over them

We've all had the experience: A great meal, lingering flavors, and something stuck between your teeth. What is it?

A caroway seed, a sprig of dill? It's certainly not a red pepper seed.

Tear the protective cover off of a Polaroid Toothpick, wedge it into the place where the unknown leftover is, and sit with your lips and teeth parted for a brief period of time to expose the multi-layer media package at the toothpick's tip.

Then remove the pick, and wave it in the air for a minute or so. Then look at the tiny image and you'll have a clue as to what that remnant of your meal is.
-- normzone, Jul 07 2021

Pen/Pencil Toothpick Holder [pashute, Jul 07 2021]

Is your endoscope in for repairs?
-- pertinax, Jul 07 2021

Many years ago I wrote here a very similar idea of the late and very troubled Yogev Ukashi, just after he had committed suicide.

Looking back I found that I had posted a different idea of his, and not the one with a camera.

The reason for that was that at the time I thought it was impossible to attach a camera to a toothpick.
-- pashute, Jul 07 2021

I would think it would be very simple to attach a camera to a toothpick, just use sticky tape or an elastic band.
-- pocmloc, Jul 07 2021

Polaroid film is increasingly difficult to get these days (at least the type 100 packfilm format is anyway), there is a boutique company in Vienna who still make it, but it's f-ing expensive.

Is there such a thing as an auto-dental periscope?
-- zen_tom, Jul 09 2021

I must have not communicated clearly. This would be akin to a contact print. If there was any lens involved, it would be a slight bubble on the top layer of the media package.
-- normzone, Jul 10 2021

random, halfbakery