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

contains a giant fly!
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The fly itself would be the sculpture. Freeze it in a giant cube of ice, then drop it in the arctic ocean. Someday in the future, archaeologists might discover it and enjoy a good laugh.
jaksplat, Feb 26 2007

Same trick, more style. http://www.hominide...l/ancetres/otzi.htm
Cool. [MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 26 2007]

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       oops. I read ice-cube (novelty for parties)
po, Feb 26 2007
  

       This would be good for those look-at-the-glacier cruises. +
nomocrow, Feb 26 2007
  

       I would have called this: flyogenics
xenzag, Feb 26 2007
  

       Baked on a grander scale. Link.
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 26 2007
  

       So nearly a good idea. If you keep the words 'iceberg' and 'sculpture' and get rid of 'fly' then I'll vote for it. I quite like the idea of teams of heavy duty sculptors helicoptering into the arctic circle with chainsaws and creating gigantic ice sculptures.

Lookout: "Captain, we're going to crash into a gigantic penguin!"
Captain of Titanic: "Don't be ridiculous son. Penguins only live in the southern hemisphere."
DrBob, Feb 27 2007
  

       "Waiter, waiter, there's a fly in my Sea."
"Well don't go telling anyone, or they'll all want one!"
theleopard, Feb 27 2007
  

       Ggggrrgrggggrr... oh wait, no, I liked this one.
theleopard, Sep 20 2007
  

       my, [theleopard] is growly these days!   

       i like it also. giant, novelty, frozen biscuit in your ocean. +
k_sra, Sep 20 2007
  


 

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