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

Halfy Halloween
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Thanks for the Dr. Flakenstein! You Rock!
xandram, Oct 31 2014

Happy Halloween! http://www.halfbake...ew.html#flakenstein
[xandram, Oct 31 2014]

Ein https://en.wikipedi...ebop_characters#Ein
A welsh corgi of unusual prowess. [DrBob, Oct 31 2014]


       Psst! sp. Flakenstein. [+], anyway.
pertinax, Oct 31 2014

       Dr. Flakenstein's Texan cousin, Dr. Flankensteak?
jutta, Oct 31 2014

the porpoise, Oct 31 2014

       Don't forget Frank-einstein either, the brother of the more famous Albert, but who "went wrong" and had to be "shut away".
xenzag, Oct 31 2014

       There's a wonderful family called Stein:
There's Gert and there's Ep and there's Ein.
Gert's poems are bunk,
Ep's statues are junk,
And no-one can understand Ein.

       (not mine, btw)
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 31 2014

       if you inverted that to (btw: this is not mine) it would still rhyme and keep meter.
bungston, Oct 31 2014

       Does anyone remember Ben?   


RayfordSteele, Oct 31 2014

       Thanks [pert]- I'm noted for my misspelling around here! Have a Happy Halloween everyone! xoxo
xandram, Oct 31 2014

       //Does anyone remember Ben? //   

       Hur, Frost or Toe-box?
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 31 2014

       //And no-one can understand Ein//

Au contraire, bung old chap. Linky!
DrBob, Oct 31 2014

       Heh! It flickers! It didn't do that at work! Very nice.
bungston, Oct 31 2014


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