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

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In the manner of fugu (puffer fish) a most hazardous cheese, which can only safely viewed in a burnished shield to save on attrition on waiters.

That's not even mentioning the milking process, requiring a 41.27 legged milking stool and klein bottle for storage.

Or the coating of the alimentary canal with mercury to provide a reflective layer for the more cautious gourmets.

not_morrison_rm, Nov 10 2015

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       < cool can finally have a topic to myself... Relaxes and spreads self out... >
not_morrison_rm, Nov 10 2015
  

       Not aged in terrigen mist?
RayfordSteele, Nov 11 2015
  

       [marked-for-deletion] pun title with nothing to back it up.
FlyingToaster, Nov 11 2015
  

       ^ That and dollar will get you a coffee, admittedly it's the triple latte gorgon milk special.. not so much refreshing, more vitrifying..
not_morrison_rm, Nov 11 2015
  

       ^ That and dollar will get you a coffee, admittedly it's the triple latte gorgon milk special.. not so much refreshing, more vitrifying..
not_morrison_rm, Nov 11 2015
  

       J'accuse. [-]
pertinax, Nov 11 2015
  

       -1?   

       Pure envy at our wonderful free-range Anglo- Saxon gorgons, not like them Frenchy gorgon- crated ones, inhumane that's what I call it...
not_morrison_rm, Nov 11 2015
  

       No: -1 because, not only is this what [FlyingToaster] said, but also you missed the entire "Zola" part of that pun.
pertinax, Nov 14 2015
  

       Err, err why does the zola bit have to mean anything?.   

       Anyway , seems the Russians found a way around doping tests, using gorgon zola. If the athletes perform really well, they never have to drink it again.   

       Yes, I was thinking of Zola Budd, but the soviets and south Africans never really coordinated much, except over the price of diamonds, so a bit tricky to fit into the narrative, such as it is.
not_morrison_rm, Nov 15 2015
  
      
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