Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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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]


       A luminary luminaire.
Ian Tindale, Apr 09 2016

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

       What would such a shop sell, a “bishop”?
Ian Tindale, Apr 15 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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