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

Bring your own leather flying helmet and fresh celery.
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Exactly like the Proper Space Spitfire <link>, except is has its engine cowlings and gun access panels open, and undercarriage lowered, so all the naughty bits are clearly visible.

[marked-for-expiry], pun, echo.

8th of 7, Jun 27 2012

Proper space Spitfire Proper_20space_20Spitfire
Blatant plagiarism. BYO silk scarf and biggles helmet. [8th of 7, Jun 27 2012]

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       // so all the naught bits are clearly visible.// So this is a digital Spitfire? And if so, where are all the 1s?
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 27 2012
  

       Sp. fixed
8th of 7, Jun 27 2012
  

       That's just pervy   

       <forces himself to look at the undercarriage just in the spirit of scientific inquiry, of course. Wonders where they got the black fishnet stockings to fit..>
not_morrison_rm, Jun 28 2012
  

       //black fishnet stockings to fit//   

       You speak truer than you know. During the winter of 1943 it was discovered that open-weave stockings (and, later, custom-made bags of the same material) were very effective "snow chains" for fighter aircraft which had to land on iced runways.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 28 2012
  

       //pen-weave stockings ....were very effective "snow chains"   

       Yes, but how did they know in the first place? Or maybe it is better not to know...
not_morrison_rm, Jun 30 2012
  

       It's a safe bet to think that the idea came from someone who was educated at one of the great English Public Schools.   

       Apparently, you can learn many interesting things in such establishments ...
8th of 7, Jun 30 2012
  

       //Yes, but how did they know in the first place?//   

       The practice may have originated from motorcycle dispatch riders who, when faced with treacherously muddy conditions, would sometimes take a strip of fabric and wind it around the rim of their wheel (that is, in and out spokes).
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 30 2012
  
      
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