Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Modernizing a classic.
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When you purchase the new Snake-In-A-Can from our website, it is shipped directly to your Mark in a nondescript cardboard box, thus maintaining the element of surprise. Upon the opening of the box, the spring-loaded snake performs its primary function. Meanwhile, the in-box camera takes a picture of the Mark’s surprised expression. Within moments, the included prepaid single use cell phone uploads the image to our servers and forwards it to your accounts.
Laughs Last, Jul 18 2012

Snake (in a can) http://www.google.c...iletype=&as_rights=
[normzone, Jul 18 2012]


       What's your address?
Phrontistery, Jul 18 2012

       I was so hoping for a real snake.
RayfordSteele, Jul 18 2012

       Give me your address and I'll send you a real one. You want poisonous or non-poisonous?
UnaBubba, Jul 18 2012

       You're bluffing. You don't have any poisonous snakes.   

       The spiders ate all of them.
Alterother, Jul 19 2012

       Hmm. Spiders.   

       Creating an April Fool booby trap for a somwhat disliked acccountant based around a large black rubber fake spider, a mousetrap, several drawing pins and a long length of fising line is amusing up to the point where the spider hits the target on her face and it turns out she doesn't just "not like spiders", she's genuinely phobic, has a panic attack and has to be ministered to by paramedics …   

       Be careful what you try to build. It might work …
8th of 7, Jul 19 2012

       the only real puzzle is how they make the very long, skinny can.
not_morrison_rm, Jul 20 2012


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