Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Multi-Religion Symbol

for to offend everyone
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A paisley Buddah crucified on a menorah shaped christmas tree growing out of a meteorite.
JesusHChrist, Sep 22 2006

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       How does that offend druids? (I can feel a list of other un-offended religions coming on here).
pertinax, Sep 22 2006
  

       Jesus, you're right. Except that Buddha is spelt with an extra d. And Muslims wont give a damn about this. And nor will any Hindus, Seiks or followers of Quetzalcoatl, feathered serpent of the Olmecs.
zen_tom, Sep 22 2006
  

       Shouldn't it say 'To offend the easily offended'?
Shz, Sep 22 2006
  

       ...wearing no pants
phundug, Sep 22 2006
  

       ...thinking.
baconbrain, Sep 22 2006
  

       //Shouldn't it say 'To offend the easily offended'?//   

       Some people go out of their way to be offended, as far as I know there is nothing any human can do which will not either offend someone, or cause them to pursue legal action.
fridge duck, Sep 22 2006
  

       //Some people go out of their way to be offended//   

       I find that offensive.
Shz, Sep 23 2006
  

       - you missed the crucified lamb and holy cow on pentograms to the left & right.   

       What's the point of this? Am I too far gone? I am not offended, I was just left wondering ... why?
Zimmy, Sep 23 2006
  

       That menorah-shaped Christmas tree sounds interesting ... that could be an idea itself.
phundug, Sep 25 2006
  

       zen_tom: Muslims will be offended by the idolatry. Add a MacDonald's hamburger for the Buddha to eat, and you'll offend both the Hindus and the French in one go.
DrCurry, Sep 25 2006
  

       Actuall, the croissant is a symbol of victory over the Muslims, which I guess makes it Christian as well.
DrCurry, Sep 26 2006
  

       The monkey to man continuum diagram offends all of them. Plus it's already on a bunch of tee shirts.
Cuit_au_Four, Sep 26 2006
  

       Are there any other food-related religious symbols?   

       I'm thinking of writing a thesis on the influence of being a bit peckish on worship and religion.
Murdoch, Sep 26 2006
  

       A "for" for the subtitle...
d, Sep 27 2006
  
      
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