Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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The Organization of Valets For Orbital Art

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Unbeknowest to the rest of the world, most valet's are part of a secret underground organization called toov-foo.

As a sacrifice to their great car god, they re-arrange cars and park them in such a way, that it forms a picture pleasing to the eye of their Lord, viewable only from the sky, where their great car god resides in his floating carport palace.

DesertFox, Dec 12 2005

Sotra like this http://www.fing.edu...ce/images/Nazca.jpg
...with cars instead of stones, I guess. [DrCurry, Dec 12 2005]


       RhuurrrOHM RhuurrOHM
reensure, Dec 12 2005

       Ah. I thought this was going to involve parking things in orbit. Veeery disappointed.
DrCurry, Dec 12 2005

       If I was clever, I would create a World Drinking Time Clock and stick it on a website somewhere.   

       "I'm sorry... you belong to a secret organization of Tofu?"
moomintroll, Dec 12 2005

       Airport carparks would make the perfect venues.
wagster, Dec 12 2005

       You mean "donuts", not //cookies// :)
DesertFox, Dec 12 2005

       This is obviously a sub-sect the Organisation for Mi'splaced Apostrophie's on Car Dealer Signage
ConsulFlaminicus, Dec 13 2005

       Hah, point taken!   

       <gets out the apostraphe remover, takes aim, and fires>   

       You might want to do something with that wandering i in your apostraphe, [Consul]
DesertFox, Dec 13 2005

       You mean "doughnuts," not //donuts// :)   

       Sorry, I just like the traditional spelling better.   

       I fail to see how this is an invention, but I'm sure you could work it into some kind of Douglas Adams-esque sci-fi novel.
discontinuuity, Dec 13 2005


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