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

prop for closed hand to seem open
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Five extra fingers continue from your closed fist. When the hand is fisted, with your real fingers folded, a look from the back of your hand shows your fingers still spread out as in an open hand.

Open your fist and the extra fingers are hidden behind your hand.

I don't know what tricks can be done with this yet, but this website is called Halfbakery, no?

pashute, Sep 20 2023


       //this website is called Halfbakery, no?//   

       That looks like a trick question; what *real* question did it conceal?   

       Could one open a joke shop that sold trick questions?
pertinax, Sep 20 2023

       There could be a halfbakery version - a double croissant that's actually a pair of fishbones
xenzag, Sep 20 2023

       I can see that now [xenz], a fresh flakey croissant which hinges open like an old fashioned glasses case to reveal the stinky bone within.
pocmloc, Sep 20 2023

       I smell genetic engineering lurking nearby.
minoradjustments, Sep 21 2023

       This would be a great magic trick, you hold out your "open" hand, then open it up. Women would faint, poets would scream, political pundits would swoon.   

       Opens palm to reveal enthusiastic bun. [+]
doctorremulac3, Sep 21 2023

       The hand could be transparent from one side.
Voice, Sep 22 2023

       digital even...   

       Slimb chance of that
Voice, Sep 23 2023


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