Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Sugar glass car windows

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Roll down your friend's car window. Brace these sugar glass windows in place. Get his attention. Throw a rock.
Voice, Nov 13 2016

A visual https://www.youtube...watch?v=5r3kUROGAOY
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Nov 14 2016]


       After your friend has gone through (a) horror, (b) anger, (c) realization and (d) amusement, he or she will return to (b), on noticing that the interior of his/her car is covered with thousands of fragments of sugar.
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 13 2016

       [MaxwellBuchanan]: step 17a.2; release the ants!
neutrinos_shadow, Nov 13 2016

       //release the ants!// Thanks to MaxCo.'s Advanced Genetic Enhancement Program, it should now be sufficient to release the ant. Or, failing that, release the swarm of wasp.
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 13 2016

       Your friend will 'laugh' and point at the glasshole.
AusCan531, Nov 14 2016

       "Oops - wrong window. Sorry..."
hippo, Nov 14 2016

       I'm struggling to visualise how one window is rolled down, but multiple imitations are braced in its place. Are we going for some Olde English leaded lights look here? Or triple glazing? Or a kind of conservatory extension to the driver's door?
pocmloc, Nov 14 2016

       The other windows were already rolled down, just the one needed it. Multiple sugar windows can therefore be placed.
Voice, Nov 14 2016

       //Are we going for some Olde English leaded lights look here?// You mean some cars don't have this?
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 14 2016


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