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A dish best served not.
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Moped Humvee looks like a Humvee, but has a puny moped
engine, along with driver and passenger pedals to help it get
up steep hills. Its body panels are made out of sheets
pressed, edible, paper maché much like the East German
Trabant, making it light enough for four children, one on
corner, to pick it up and carry it around.
its traditional critics, it comes preconfigured with an
inviting range of nesting sites, enabling a variety of insect,
and animal life to colonise its exterior shell. Once its useful
life is over its few metal parts can be removed and the
rest left in a field of goats to be leisurely consumed.
Trabants through history
Actually, the outer covers were made out of "Duraplast", a phenolic resin (cf. Bakelite) with embedded cotton fibers. [jutta, Oct 02 2005]
||would people tend to fall out when it rains?
||Just think: no more microwaved Ginster's pasties from service stations, just eat the dashboard.
||Thanks po - I forgot that bit - Was too busy grooming my
soon to be deleted Zebra Rat
||Love the idea of a Bloated Jeep (<-official military name) coming over the horizon, its powerful engine emitting a high-pitched nasal whine as the owner fends off a herd of goats with a pointy stick.
||with that little power, it would top out at like 20mph, if that.
||//it would top out at like 20mph// As long as goats can only manage 19mph, this should be fine.