A circular platter storage device (not usually found spinning at a high velocity, unless user is under the influence of substances - see Beer). Ultimately used for the random retrieval of food particulate which is initially written to at manufacture. Device undergoes a simple heating process then can be transported via various means. Upon delivery, device is segmented and shared with users. Note, this device is considered volatile and contents usually last no longer than 20 minutes. If however segments remain in existence after approximately eight hours, the contents can virtually be restored via a simple secondary heating process (see Microwave).
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