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Triple Cracker

one cracker for three people.
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Triple Cracker is a Christmas cracker made for three people to enjoy. It has three ends, each positioned equidistant from a central hub.

When pulled, it cracks once, leaving a double cracker that must be pulled again by the remaining two people to reveal its novelty contents.

xenzag, Dec 22 2012

https://www.google....VUMnWOqKH2AXKnICACA [rcarty, Dec 22 2012]

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       Shades of Mr. Bean. [+]   

       Prepare for deluge of high-order multiple-stage payload 'suggestions'.
Alterother, Dec 22 2012
  

       I like to share with others. It's more fun, with more the merrier. Yes +
blissmiss, Dec 22 2012
  

       Hmmm, 'Cracker Roulette' … [+]
8th of 7, Dec 22 2012
  

       I think he means the non-edible type of cracker.
rcarty, Dec 22 2012
  

       link
rcarty, Dec 22 2012
  

       Perhaps real Christmas Crackers are unknown in the colonies? We call the edible variety Cream Crackers.
xenzag, Dec 22 2012
  

       I only know about them from British TV and through my casual Angliphilia. I don't believe there is a direct analog in US culture, but I could be wrong. If we feel like making loud noises to celebrate, we generally just fire our six- shooters into the air.
Alterother, Dec 22 2012
  

       hehe [Alterother] I'm gonna go git me one of those!!
Although I'm not a gun owner myself, my S/O has plenty of rifles, shotguns and antique guns, but I darn reckon we need one of them six-shooters!
xandram, Dec 22 2012
  

       I am actually surprised that Christmas Crackers seem to be unknown in USA.... what about other countries?
xenzag, Dec 22 2012
  

       Fairly common in Canada.
rcarty, Dec 22 2012
  

       Pretty much everything's fairly common in Canada …   

       Except culture …
8th of 7, Dec 22 2012
  

       I think I saw one before, but I was moving pretty fast so I'm not certain
rcarty, Dec 22 2012
  

       Ah, Heisenberg strikes again …
8th of 7, Dec 22 2012
  

       Fun malfunction factor: Whoever gets the largest bit of cracker makes a wish ... [+]
Letsbuildafort, Dec 26 2012
  

       lol [+1]for making me think of this cool food that 3 ppl eat at once. Like a three way with a "y" shaped spaghetti noodle!
Brian the Painter, Dec 28 2012
  

       We use 'em Down Undah.
BunsenHoneydew, Dec 29 2012
  
      
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