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HB Rocket Propelled Grenade

And finally, Half Bakery the flame thrower. The kiddies will really like this.
 
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Nothing says "my idea is better than yours" than the barrel of a rocket powered grenade.

Any person with 500 croissants and proper license is eligible to purchase a custard propelled rocket attached to a can filled with gunpowder, stones and broken glass, all with the halfbakery logo ofcourse. All of the ingredients are affordable thus allowing anyone with a small sum of money and a pyrotechnics license (and possibly a few more) to have this wonderful device of persuasion.

::Caution:: It is asked that you kindly remove any halfbakery decals from your grenade launcher when taking it out in public.

sartep, May 17 2003

'Cause you all asked for it http://www.halfbake...Half_20Bakery_20RPG
Jutta, feel free to delete this anytime. [sartep, Oct 05 2004]

Custard Propelled Rocket http://www.halfbake...ea/Custard_20Rocket
[sartep, Oct 05 2004]

"decal" etymology https://www.etymonline.com/word/decal
[po], your etymology sounded like nonsense to me, but Etymonline confirms it! Semi-related: How does everyone here pronounce "decal"? [notexactly, Mar 18 2018]

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       We've got a few pyro pros here... Why limit it to the *first* to obtain 500 buns? Shirley there will be others.
thumbwax, May 17 2003
  

       We can make a whole catalog of rewards, like Marlboro proof-of-purchase products without the risk of lung cancer.
oatcake, May 18 2003
  

       Can it be custard-propelled instead?
friendlyfire, May 18 2003
  

       May I ask; where does the word 'decal' come from? I realise what a decal is, but I just can't work out what the word means - presuming it's short for something?
badgers, May 18 2003
  

       decal is short for decalcomania (French) I am told.   

       the art or process of transferring pictures and designs from specially prepared paper (as to glass)
po, May 18 2003
  

       That's funny; I looked up the etymology of "decal" just the other day, because it was bugging me. Originally (before the "mania" part), it seems to have been a metaphor from the way a heel may come unstuck from a shoe.   

       In the UK, people usually say "transfer" instead. At least, they did back when I was sticking them to Airfix models.
pertinax, Mar 18 2018
  

       May I combine half buns?
Voice, Mar 18 2018
  
      
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