Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Apply directly to forehead.

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Nerf Poison

Pretend poison for play-cold-war
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Initially this would be just a robustly-flavoured but not unpleasant soda/cordial (e.g. Ginger flavour). It would come in a caricature poison bottle ("ACME poison") and have an off-shade of green colour.

Later revisions might be able to induce harmless temporary physiological side-effects such as giving the consumer's skin a green hue and/or give off some noticeable odour/fragrance.

I think you'll agree that teaching kids that consuming brightly coloured liquids in bottles saying "poison" is cool and fun will do wonders for the gene pool!

rjfarquhar, Nov 14 2007

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       Darn, I thought this was going to be about poison you could add to Nerf ammo. I could use some poisoned paintballs, if they exist.
Shadow Phoenix, Nov 14 2007
  

       just read Alice in Wonderland.
po, Nov 14 2007
  

       I knew a guy named Gene once, but he didn't have a pool...
Canuck, Nov 15 2007
  

       Teaching kids not to believe everything they read, that there is such a thing as a joke, to have a sense of proportion, and generally to get real will certainly do wonders for civilization. [+]
Ned_Ludd, Nov 16 2007
  

       Aha, cry "Wolf!". Time to worry.
4whom, Nov 16 2007
  


 

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