Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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pashute, Feb 03 2021

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       That's called "a print out".
xenzag, Feb 03 2021
  

       you lost me at //I can decide which comments to not show.//
Voice, Feb 03 2021
  

       edited due to comment above ^
pashute, Feb 09 2021
  

       Reminds me of a guy at my office in the 90's who archived all his emails by printing them out after hours and meticulously filing them away. His oversize monitor was replete with flags of all nations, and one night after he'd left, we added a carefully crafted skull-and-crossbones to his collection - he didn't notice for months. Good times.
zen_tom, Feb 09 2021
  

       //Deleted line due to Voice's comment: I can decide which comments to not show. End of deleted line.// - likewise, I have deleted this annotation you are reading.
hippo, Feb 09 2021
  

       //added a carefully crafted skull-and-crossbones to his collection - he didn't notice for months. Good times.//   

       Well?!...
Did he get a chuckle and keep it? Or did he freak out and rip it into little pieces?
  

       Inquiring minds want to know.   

       The nineties were a busy time for anyone maintaining a collection of the flags of all nations; did he remember to add Eritrea, remove E. Germany, add Kazakhstan, remove North Yemen, etc.?
pertinax, Feb 10 2021
  

       Yes. yes, fine... but first things first. Did the Jolly Roger survive?   
      
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