h a l f b a k e r y
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New from BorgCo, made from plastic or papier-mache and ranging
from life size down to about 100mm tall, these papal effigies are
accurate depictions of the pontiff of your choice.
Just get a couple of the Cardinals lurking in the shadows to pull the
strings, and the low-yield pyrotechnic gas
generator (basically an airbag
cartridge) fires, blowing off the mitre and discharging a welter of
streamers, mottoes, and biretta-shaped paper hats.
Mottoes available in Latin, French, Polish, Italian or German (extracts
from Mein Kampf) depending on Pope.
Some versions scatter toys and candy designed to attract children*.
*Not suitable for under-18s due to persistant rumours of sexual
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||Bun for the imagery that I'm imagining...haha
||Does BorgCo Pope hat shaped balloons ?
||I bought one in the shape of my wife, wasn't a big hit
at my kids b'day party. I got some explaining to do.
||Would the scattered gifts include the ever-popular
||If it is indeed a "poper" then shouldn't it "pope" the party? I am imagining a plain box that shoots out crowns and staffs for the partygoers to catch.
||Personal hygene products are not normally used as filling; the
standard mix consists of dust-sheets, brushes, and containers of
lime-based surface coating, all essential items for those intent on
covering up and whitewashing
||//...Some versions scatter toys and candy designed
to attract children*.//
||"Canem mihil nunquam proboscis habent
||Of course, nowhere near as powerful as Britain's great pre-War
Joke, used by Chamberlain at Munich