Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Easter will never be the same again
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4 words: Novelty Camoflage Easter Egg... fun for the whole family!
AMCguy, Aug 26 2003


       [bliss], the idea has been cleverly disguised. Fun for the whole 'bakery!   

       (sp: camouflage)
k_sra, Aug 26 2003

       bliss: What do you normally do with easter eggs, that would be more difficult if you camouflaged them? [+]
st3f, Aug 26 2003

       Should this be in "public: evil" then? +
krelnik, Aug 26 2003

       Jeez tough crowd, I was just tryin to make easter egg hunting a spectator sport!
AMCguy, Aug 26 2003

       what are you going to camouflage them as? army flak jackets? hedgehogs?
po, Aug 26 2003

       I like the science class camo egg project. Most folks think of green and black stripes like the army reserve camo. But I think there are other ways one might approach the concealment of an egg in plain sight.
bungston, Aug 26 2003

       I'm all in favor of the hedgehog approach, [po]. Combined with that old science class project that asks students to design a structure of toothpicks to stop an egg from breaking after a ___ foot fall? Pointy likeness achieved. But an American adaptation? Massive ladybugs! Blame the Government. "I TOLD you this radiation thing wasn't a good idea!"
Yarr, Jan 04 2006

       You should have them also quietly stalk to better hiding spots if you put them into an obvious place.
notmarkflynn, Jan 04 2006

       Paint them black and hide them in shadows: ninjeggs.
Worldgineer, Jan 04 2006

       Paint them brown, the grease them up and lay them out in clusters - dogeggs.
bungston, Jan 05 2006


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