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Boom-meringue

Food fight!
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We here at Boom-meringue Inc. know that sometimes sending a bouquet of poison ivy/stinging nettles, specialty laxative chocolates, or permanent dye bubble bath is just not enough to covey your innermost sentiments.

We feel your pain.

To more fully allow you to express yourself we offer a wide selection of decadently dynamite desserts, diligently designed despite defying delectability dude.
They look scrumptious but are cunningly rigged to explode when sliced into.
No, you will not find any lethal explosives in our pastries. There are other companies out there willing to take your business if you choose such a route but our lawyers tell us that we are not affiliated with any of these organizations.

No harm will come from our exploding desserts but, our patented stank inflated surgical tubing birthday cake for the ex-boss, and the mentos/cola three tier wedding cake are sure to please...you, and to clear a room almost as quickly as if they were lethal.

This months special; the dry-ice-in-a-bottle ice cream cake is utterly sublime.


+ I'll take a 'baker's dozen!! http://www.youtube....watch?v=_v7AWWYY2pY
[xandram, Jan 11 2011]

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       Brilliant! + Except "what goes around, comes around..."
csea, Jan 11 2011
  

       Getting your just desserts.   

       (actually a pun!)
rcarty, Jan 11 2011
  

       My dad tried this for my step-mo's birthday, using long, skinny, shape balloons layered in a ring and frosting them. Alas, the frosting prevented explosive hilarity, and so the poor cake simply deflated when sliced.
RayfordSteele, Jan 11 2011
  

       Nice. Reminds me of that old Scottish joke, where a man walks into a bakery, points at one of the items on the shelf and says, "Is that a cake or a meringue?" To which the lady behind the counter replies, "No, it's a cake."
lostdog, Jan 11 2011
  

       Nice. That reminds me of that old French joke in which the lady replies, "Non, c'est un gateau".
rcarty, Jan 11 2011
  

       What's white and lives in the jungle?   

       A meringue-utan.   

       Sorry.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 11 2011
  

       Why aren’t there any aspirins in the jungle?   

       Parrots eat ’em all.
Ian Tindale, Jan 11 2011
  

       If it was really sticky it could be called Glue-meringue.
xenzag, Jan 11 2011
  

       // There are other companies out there willing to take your business //   

       Borg Co telemarketers are awaiting you call ....   

       // we are not affiliated with any of these organizations. //   

       But you will be. Freedom is irrelevant, self-determination is irrelevant. You will be Assimilated. We will add your biological and technological distinctiveness to our own. Resistance is futile.
8th of 7, Jan 11 2011
  

       Inductance is worth a shot, though.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 11 2011
  

       Only if you have the Capacity for it ....
8th of 7, Jan 11 2011
  

       Not if it Hertz.
Ian Tindale, Jan 11 2011
  

       Ohmmm...   

       Resistance is futile.
xenzag, Jan 12 2011
  

       [8th_of_ xenzag]//Resistance is futile//   

       Sure, but impedance is more complex than that.
mouseposture, Jan 12 2011
  

       The first time I solder
I knew I couldn't resistor
Just had to make capacitor...
csea, Jan 22 2011
  

       O Kangaroo, O Kangaroo
Be grateful that you’re in the zoo,
And not transmitted by a boomerang
To zestful tangy Kangaroo meringue
-Ogden Nash
csea, Jan 22 2011
  

       Wouldn't it be "transmuted" ?
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 23 2011
  

       //"transmuted" ?//   

       Yes! Damnable unreliable Internet!
csea, Jan 23 2011
  
      
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