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Torchbishop

Model of an archbishop which can be used as a lamp
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This idea has been haunting me for years and I've been restraining myself from sticking it on here because it's a bit peculiar, but in the light of Justin Welby's recent discovery it's all got too much and I'm just going to have to unburden myself.

It's basically just a toy model of an archbishop in full regalia around 25 cm long with a light bulb inside the mitre which is powered by pump action and a dynamo when you squeeze shut and let spring open the two halves of the hat bit.

Phew! Finally, I feel so much better now!

nineteenthly, Apr 09 2016

The Bishop https://www.youtube...watch?v=gDnE-5lD7w8
Don't say the kid's name, Vic! [bungston, Apr 15 2016]

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       WKTE
MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 09 2016
  

       a lightbulb moment.
po, Apr 09 2016
  

       [Nineteenthly], this is one of your 'crozier' ideas.
bhumphrys, Apr 09 2016
  

       Corking good!
reensure, Apr 09 2016
  

       "... and there was Much Rejoicing."
8th of 7, Apr 09 2016
  

       // in the light of Justin Welby's recent discovery //   

       How was he discovered, by the way ? Archaeology, or some sort of expedition ?   

       It must have come as quite a shock to someone ... maybe looking in a locked cupboard, and then exclaiming "My God ! It's full of ... Justin Welby !"
8th of 7, Apr 15 2016
  

       "AH SEE THE LIGHT!" Halleluyah brothers and sisters.
AusCan531, Apr 15 2016
  
      
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