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Principal Reliquary

Not to point any fingers...
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Do you remember the sneering, snide, reprehensible, reptilian bastard who made your life a living hell when you were a kid at school? This one's for you...

The Principal Reliquary is a small, portable ossuary, which allows you to carry around some small portion of your tormentor, whether that is a bone (probably not spinal) or just a fingernail clipping.

Then, when you're feeling that life could have been a lot better if you hadn't been prevented from attending the Science Fair**, precluding you from pitching your scholastic record to potential employers, you can reach for your Principal Reliquary and lavish a few curses upon it.

(**If only Thurston had not ducked when you threw the shoe that hit your chemistry teacher in the head, rendering her unconscious.)

UnaBubba, May 29 2012

http://www.myersbri...uent-is-my-type.asp [hippo, May 31 2012]


MaxwellBuchanan, May 29 2012

       If I felt that way about anyone I don't think I'd want their body droppings anywhere near me.
Phrontistery, May 29 2012

       Not so much issues as a therapy aid for those less fortunate, [MB].
UnaBubba, May 29 2012

       Rather less satisfying than seeing their sun- bleached skull on a pike, in use as a nest box by a pair of Long-tailed Tits.
8th of 7, May 29 2012

       So, it is something like the Voodoo doll? Maybe making it into a curse-recognizing spam triger would actually serve the purpose.
Inyuki, May 30 2012

       That can be arranged, [8th]. Got a particular individual in mind?
UnaBubba, May 30 2012

       I'm beginning to re-evaluate my generally poor opinion of the American public school system. I mean, I can't say K-8 did me any favors, but at least it didn't scar me for life.
Alterother, May 30 2012

       Hey! That's me to a tee in Simpleton's link. (Not the picture though). But I don't have an obsessive, or any other kind of, hatred for the authority figures from my schooling.
AusCan531, May 30 2012

       That's odd. I usually score as an ENTJ on Myers Briggs.   

       There were a few I particularly disliked. The headmaster was one of them... a pre-clone of the Gilbert Huph, the boss at Insuricare (The Incredibles). Seriously, down to the diminutive stature, looks, attitude and hairstyle.
UnaBubba, May 30 2012

       // Got a particular individual in mind? //   

       One specific Geography teacher, although in fact any Geography teacher (or indeed any quantity thereof) would be satisfactory.   

       We suspect that that INTP profile is specious rubbish, but will refrain from commenting further until we have had an opportunity to study the assertion at greater length, gather more data, and thoroughly consider all possible implications before presenting the facts in a lucid and logical form.
8th of 7, May 30 2012

       I'm a Myers-Briggs type which is usually reluctant to reveal its Myers-Briggs type on public forums.
hippo, May 30 2012

       I wouldn't have thought Myers Briggs had a type for people like you, [hippo].
UnaBubba, May 30 2012

       They had to invent one - it's now a 17-box grid
hippo, May 31 2012

       Hmm... there are already 30 squares in a Myers Briggs grid. Plus another 15 rectangles, I think.
UnaBubba, May 31 2012

       30? I'm referring to this kind of 4x4 table (link)
hippo, May 31 2012

       I know. Put a border around it and tell me how many squares you can find.
UnaBubba, May 31 2012


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