Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Christsicle

Christ figure on a popsicle stick
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Red wine flavored.
JesusHChrist, May 07 2006

White Chocolate Jesus With Liquid Cherry Centre White_20Chocolate_2...d_20Cherry_20Center
Pretty redundant actually. [hidden truths, May 08 2006]

Cheroot Of Turin Cheroot_20of_20Turin
shameless self promotion and + for idea, even though similar exist - particularly like Christsicle name. [xenzag, May 08 2006]

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       Blasphemous.
methinksnot, May 07 2006
  

       ...but why?   

       This isn't even a pun.
sninctown, May 07 2006
  

       You've been keeping this from us for years.
daseva, May 07 2006
  

       Give them to kids at Communion in the summer.
imaginality, May 07 2006
  

       Make the stick an old Roman-era nail. And have the cover over the pop-part as a Shroud of Turin knock-off.
Letsbuildafort, May 08 2006
  

       Couldn't have come from a more appropriate user.   

       I can see the results of this now. The church will initially condemn people for eating the symbol of Christ. Then someone will make the point that they have been advocating the same for years. They will altar their position so that eating them is important but only within the confines of your own home and only for the purpose of praising God. However, when it becomes clear that people are eating them for their own pleasure all over the place, they shall decree that Christsicles are a blessing from God and that they shall be enjoyed as such (but that pre-religious Christsicle eating is a grave sin).
hidden truths, May 08 2006
  

       [ht] By my understanding, Catholics don't eat the symbol of Christ - they actually eat Christ. The wafers turn into Jesus in their mouths or something along those lines.
Pity me for my ignorance.
fridge duck, May 08 2006
  

       sp: alter - oh wait!
po, May 08 2006
  

       + for blasphemy +   

       ...any Beer-Flavored ones?
xandram, May 08 2006
  

       Bread flavored with a wine-flavored filling, shirley?
DrCurry, May 08 2006
  

       Communion Jam|Jelly Doughnuts anyone?
zen_tom, May 08 2006
  

       I'm just imagining the tunes you'd hear blaring from that tinny little speaker on the Christsicle truck as it prowls the neighbourhood.   

       <hears cheesy version of "Jesus Loves Me" and fumbles for pocket change while heading out front door>
Canuck, May 08 2006
  

       I hope they serve beer in hell. you are all going to need it.
methinksnot, May 08 2006
  

       I got just one word for you- Communion wafter ice cream sandwich.
NotTheSharpestSpoon, May 08 2006
  

       sp. Communionwafericecreamsandwich
methinksnot, May 08 2006
  

       "White Chocolate" was a far superior idea in my opinion, and I also think this is redundant.
blissmiss, May 08 2006
  

       Has anyone actually tried making a red wine popsicle? You'd have to remove most of the alcohol before freezing - even beer doesn't freeze too well at 5%. And wouldn't it taste foul? Don't mean to diss an amusing idea, but no-one has considered the viticryogenic ramifications.
wagster, May 09 2006
  

       "Sacrilicious"
Cuit_au_Four, May 11 2006
  

       Where would you find the crucifix sticks? I don't want gummy glue ruining the taste sensation.
nayhem, Sep 17 2006
  

       Sticks? Why not the real think? Nails!
bobzaguy, Sep 05 2009
  
      
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