Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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The phrase 'crumpled heap' comes to mind.

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Carlligraphy

Writing, with your skidmarks...
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After observing some skidmarks, I thought about how the skidmarks looked a bit like Chinese Calligraphy - in a distorted sense.

So empty parking lots should become grand areas of asphalt paper on which we write upon with skidmarks from our gasoline burning chariots of steel.

Unless your vehicle is electric/hydrogen/ethanol/etc, then it is our our electric/hydrogen/ethanol/etc burning chariots of steel!

DesertFox, Jun 11 2006

Like this? http://72.14.203.10...&gl=nz&ct=clnk&cd=8
[methinksnot, Jun 12 2006]

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       It's wrong, but I briefly thought this would relate to underwear.
DenholmRicshaw, Jun 11 2006
  

       Why, you could write the worlds largest auto-biography.   

       [Denholm], so did I.. I don't know whether that says more about us, or [TheFox].
neilp, Jun 12 2006
  

       And literary critics would be car-burn raters.
normzone, Jun 12 2006
  

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xenzag, Jun 12 2006
  

       Coprolligraphy, using the other type of skidmarks, is an existing fetish and demonstrates a similar level of intellect. (-)
ConsulFlaminicus, Jun 12 2006
  

       // Coprolligraphy, using the other type of skidmarks, is an existing fetish and demonstrates a similar level of intellect. (-)// I tried googling that to no avail...
MoreCowbell, Jun 13 2006
  

       This is kind of a stupid idea.
BJS, Jun 13 2006
  

       [BJS] that's a little harsh. i mean really, we must be bastions of maturity.
tcarson, Jun 14 2006
  

       Okay, if you want to write giant words in a parking lot, you should build a special "rubber burning" machine, with extra thick rubber to last long enough for doing so.
BJS, Jun 14 2006
  
      
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