"Now this is incredibly clever: using an old CD spindle as a bagel-sandwich protector for your packed lunch."
....and simple too.
10 April 2007 - 7:32am
Or for those of less sophisticated, a donut stacker? Ask Homer...
16 July 2007 - 1:01am
my brother used a 100 cd spindle as a toilet paper despencer. he used a lighter to burn a vertical slot in the clear plastic part so that you can pull the toilet paper through. works like a charm!
16 July 2007 - 2:00am
How are I do it?
19 July 2007 - 3:00pm
1. Get empty spindle
2. Make bagel sandwich
3. Press down
5 August 2007 - 9:17am
not sure, but I know how to eat the bagel
9 July 2009 - 3:05pm
How do I made bagel?
19 July 2007 - 11:46pm
Why would you carry the bloody bagel around. Eat the damn thing! they're scrumptious! :P
20 July 2007 - 2:59am
CD holders are made from recycled monkey spunk. Be careful.
28 July 2007 - 8:53am
Nothing angers me more than to make my self a 'scrumptious' bagel sandwich, take it to work and place it in the fridge, only to find at lunch time that some careless, thoughtless ne'er do well has squashed it with their lunch. My poor sandwiches, all smashed and depressing. NEVER AGAIN! Thank you for providing such a great answer to one of life's more challenging questions.
22 August 2007 - 5:26pm
Haha that's clever.
15 November 2007 - 3:56pm
This is probably one of the coolest things I've seen EVER.
17 November 2007 - 7:52am
Who knew bagels needed protecting? I didn't realize they were so fragile. The ones I eat are sturdy and taste better because of it.
One day I will return to this site to see subsequent comments. Or perhaps I'll forget this page ever existed.
18 November 2007 - 7:06pm
Well, clearly you found this page useful enough to leave a comment.
26 December 2007 - 12:37am
This is awesome
26 December 2007 - 5:36am
Yeah that would be cool if only the chemicals that they used to manufacture the case as well as the CD's themselves weren't incredibly toxic.
"At the equivalent of puberty for the pups (50 days old), about 25% of their mammary ducts had precancerous lesions, some three to four times higher than unexposed controls."
"the federal government measured dioxins in blood samples taken from 28 residents who lived near PVC facilities in Louisiana. The testing revealed the average resident has three times more dioxin in his/her blood than the average U.S. citizen."
"The tests found traces of antimony, a chemical used in the making of polyethylene terephthalate...Small doses of antimony can make you feel ill and depressed. Larger quantities can cause violent vomiting and even death."
22 September 2008 - 4:25pm
That is genius.
14 October 2008 - 1:06am
dan, why did you have to ruin this?
ignorance is bliss. i use the toilet paper one, and my ass hasnt mutated yet, so i'm doing something right.
21 November 2008 - 2:18am
I have to say that I really like this idea. I never would have thought of it.
7 December 2008 - 2:15am
thanks you all the games beatiful
11 February 2009 - 2:27pm
awesome novative and crazy enough to follow it on my day routine
17 March 2009 - 3:27am
Dan's a party pooper. Neat idea.
26 May 2009 - 9:04pm
I like that idea. It's cool.
It's also featured on ktkatherine.tumblr.com
24 July 2009 - 1:02pm
...Good luck with your bagels and toilet paper. Dan is right
10 August 2009 - 3:32am
Witty Remark which shows off my sense of humor inserted here!
28 September 2009 - 3:22pm
This makes a perfect gift packaging for all occasions.
4 October 2009 - 1:53pm
I like it! I will have to do this next time. Bet it stays nice and fresh.
16 August 2010 - 10:33pm
dan's correct but the chances of any of the plastic contaminating your food, in it's solid state as a cd holder are very remote indeed. as a raw compound in the manufacture process for those living locally then yes possilbly but not just from using the product.
all in all a great idea.
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