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Stonehenge Weetabix kit

"...where the demons dwell/ where the banshees live/ and they do live well..."
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A kit, made from specially shaped slot-together Weetabix bricks that allows you to create the wonder and majesty of Stonehenge in your cereal bowl. As milk is absorbed by the Weetabix, the model crumbles and collapses, simulating the passage of time and the erosion of the elements.
hippo, Jun 14 2005

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       For the sheer biscuity trilithon majesty of it all, I'd go for this, but the thought of crusties and hippies camping around my breakfast table every solstice really puts me off.
coprocephalous, Jun 14 2005
  

       family dining arrangements in alignment with the sun   

       :)
po, Jun 14 2005
  

       //family dining arrangements in alignment with the sun// We take The Times. Oh, see what you mean. I'll get me coat.
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Jun 14 2005
  

       Setting aside it's inherent (sp amended) lack of resistance to the elements, you could probably build quite a good dry-stone wall out of Weetabix.
DrBob, Jun 14 2005
  

       (sp. "inherent")
hippo, Jun 14 2005
  

       DrBob, - similarly, it could also be used as currency.
Ian Tindale, Jun 14 2005
  


 

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