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Fortune-Tarts

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Pop-Tarts containing printed messages of vague prophecies.
skinflaps, Oct 15 2007

Pop-Tarts http://www.poptarts.com/
[skinflaps, Oct 15 2007]

A bit like... _22Fortillas_22
[theleopard, Oct 15 2007]

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       ouch, that was hot.
po, Oct 15 2007
  

       My Mum wouldn't buy pop-tarts when I was a kid because they melted so many children's faces off. For the same reason, despite being a child of the 80s, I wasn't allowed a shell suit either.
theleopard, Oct 15 2007
  

       Mouse-trap shaped ?
xenzag, Oct 15 2007
  

       Awww, [skinflaps], I was enjoying the word 'oracular' before you meanly took it away.
theleopard, Oct 15 2007
  

       If "oracular prophecies" were used I doubt that there would be much room for the filling.
skinflaps, Oct 15 2007
  

       Right, follow me on this one. In ancient Greece, in the oracles of Delphi and elsewhere, prophecies were translated by priests from the gibbering ramblings of the oracle women. These women were in a cave beneath the temple, getting high on the fumes of burning toxic plants. Now, if we were to identify what plant it was, extract the chemical that when burnt, and inhaled, makes you do a wobbly and speak in tongues, we could then frost the pop-tarts with this compound.   

       Then you could cook them up in the toaster in the morning, take a deep breath and gibber your own oracular prophecies to your kids at the breakfast table before school. Although you probably shouldn't drive them straight after.
theleopard, Oct 15 2007
  

       Impregnating convenience food with heat-activated halluginogens? - I like it, although I am disappointed that you once yearned for a shell suit.
hippo, Oct 15 2007
  

       //I am disappointed that you once yearned for a shell suit.//   

       That's the sort of message I would expect to find buried within the filling of a hot Pop-Tart.
skinflaps, Oct 15 2007
  

       //fortune-tarts// - a new name for gold-diggers?
vincevincevince, Oct 15 2007
  

       WIFRT - Gypsy whores.
wagster, Oct 15 2007
  

       Why is this under "ha-ha dangerous"?
Shadow Phoenix, Oct 21 2007
  

       Because, well it was until moved.   

       Because they're so damned hot when they pop out of the toaster, the filling is like volcanic err.. filling.I would have thought that the header would have prompted that suggestion, after all that's why I put it there.   

       I can't be bothered to move it back, I'll just delete it at 3:35 GMT, that's when I usually burn my fingers.
skinflaps, Oct 22 2007
  
      
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