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Religious snow globe

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Two versions

1) MannaGlobe with manna falling on whoever it was supposed to fall on.

2) The tricky one, the rapture globe. Simply shake the globe and all the worthy swirl upwards.

The plague of locusts one is too boring to think about.

not_morrison_rm, Dec 30 2013

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       Shamelessly derivative.
8th of 7, Dec 30 2013
  

       And then there's the really complicated one where you shake it really hard to make the Red Sea divide, then labyrinth-tilt it to get the people of Israel through to the other side ahead of the Pharoah's army, and then.. and then... you give up because your arms are tired.
lurch, Dec 30 2013
  

       // The tricky one, the rapture globe. Simply shake the globe and all the worthy swirl upwards.// only to bang their heads against the glass ceiling.
FlyingToaster, Dec 30 2013
  

       That's just the women (allegedly).
8th of 7, Dec 30 2013
  

       How many more before the moratorium is triggered?
tatterdemalion, Dec 30 2013
  

       I'm thinking the rapture one might be quite realistic, as floating towards heaven then, then that overdue library book in 1978 comes to light, and back down again.   

       //How many more before the moratorium is triggered   

       I think the best we can hope for is an armistice, with each side keeping a stock of snowglobes ideas at constant readiness...
not_morrison_rm, Dec 30 2013
  

       "Mutually Assured Precipitation" ?
8th of 7, Dec 30 2013
  

       Something of that ilk..   

       I hear the North Koreans are working on a ballistic snowglobe idea which includes monkeys, cheese, small children, cats, explosives, bees, false false beards, and so on, but the lack of modern dictionaries (due to the UN embargo) is slowing them down.
not_morrison_rm, Dec 30 2013
  

       What about banjos and custard ?
8th of 7, Dec 30 2013
  

       You'd need to go through channels...but there's a North Korean embassy in Ealing (?) or something like that.
not_morrison_rm, Dec 30 2013
  
      
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