Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Tutankhamun's tomb: The breakfast cereal

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Once you've found the secret entrance to the box, inside you find crunchy cereal shapes in the form of treasure from Tutankhamun's tomb. One in every million boxes contains either a genuine bit of gold treasure or a deadly poison.

On opening the box it is obligatory to look inside and say "I see wonderful things!".
hippo, May 23 2010


       "can I have some more, mummy?"
po, May 23 2010

       Naturally the eye of Ra would be honey-flavored.
RayfordSteele, May 23 2010

       cute but cursed!
xandram, May 24 2010

       Sounds like a pyramid selling scheme to us.
8th of 7, May 24 2010

       The cereal itself could be Alpha-bits in ancient Eqyptian characters.   

       I think the box itself needs to be a pyramid in shape.
RayfordSteele, May 24 2010

       Of course you should include a few tantalising hints that there might be further undiscovered chambers somewhere in the box.
Wrongfellow, May 24 2010

       Mummified cats ...
8th of 7, May 24 2010

       There could certainly be a "false bottom" to the box, leading you to think it's empty when it's not.
phundug, May 26 2010

       Not to be confused with 'Pharoah's Tomb: The breakfast cereal' which consists of a box with a randomly positioned hole in the side and that is almost completely empty apart from a few grains of sand and some cobwebs.
DrBob, May 26 2010

       <reads ingredient list>
Two grams of Natron?

       There could be a whole series of tomb themed breakfast cereals. e.g. The Viking Tomb breakfast cereal, in the shape of a longship, with a book of matches pasted to one end. The Qin Shi Huang Tomb breakfast cereal, contains one piece of cereal and thousands of plastic collectable figurines.
pocmloc, May 26 2010

       FREE INSIDE! One Book of the Dead!
RayfordSteele, May 26 2010

       We wonder what might be in the box of Richard Dawkins breakfast cereal.
8th of 7, May 26 2010

       Lots of sharp, metal, jagged pieces of broken crucifixes, likely.
RayfordSteele, May 26 2010

       //Alpha-bits in ancient Egyptian characters// I really like this concept - Alphabetti Spaghetti (and by extension, any other alphabet-based foodstuffs) only in hieroglyphs - Hieroglyphi Linguini?
zen_tom, May 27 2010

       FREE INSIDE! One mummified cat.
(EDIT: 8th of 7 beat me to it. Big surprise.)
swimswim, May 27 2010

       //Mummified cats ...//   

       This does not sound like a breakfast for a hungover day. The little bones and clumped fur would push anyone over the edge!
saedi, May 27 2010

       I prefer the little organ jars myself. Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside.
DrWorm, May 28 2010

       Tiny, crunchy canopic jars, filled with chocolate. Mmmmm...
8th of 7, May 28 2010

       Why tiny? Make them full size, perfect replicas inside and out, all edible.
pocmloc, May 28 2010

       That sounds like the guts of an idea ...
8th of 7, May 28 2010

       Your wish is my command
pocmloc, May 28 2010

       "There seems to be no doorbell on this pyramid - just a small horn hanging by the door."
"Yes, just toot and come in."

MaxwellBuchanan, May 28 2010

       Even following your instruction [MB], I cannot in.
pocmloc, May 28 2010


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