Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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ninja fighting baked beans

baked beans in a rhubarb and seltzer sauce
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never suffer constipation again
po, Sep 21 2001

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       of course silly me peter
po, Sep 21 2001
  

       I'm confused. Baked beans are good. Rhubarb is good, yes. Seltzer (or salsa???) is good as well. But I don't get the ninja connection. Is there a little Nipponese assassin in every tin? If it cures constipation what is the ninja connection ("ninja" == "assassin", surely. "ninja" != "gastroenterologist" (apologies for 'C' notation)). I am surprised that PeterSealy has not pointed out that any sort of baked beans must be "baked!". But I'd probably buy Ninja Fighting Beans (mmm... salsa-leguminous-rhubarb mixture) if I met them in the shops, so have a croissant.
Skinny Rob, Sep 21 2001
  

       Anybody got a grudge against somebody who owns a cow? If so, then get a couple of bunches of rhubarb with the leaves on the end, strip the leaves off, and feed them to the cow. Yum yum.
sdm, Sep 22 2001
  


 

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