Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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scandles

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These are just candles that depict in wax sculpture infamous/naughty/rude etc acts/events/scenes etc from history. By way of offering a doubly awful pun, I suggest that the Roman Scandle, for example, would perhaps illustrate Nero fiddling while Rome burned. It has its own built-in special flame effect, too.

Any other dreadful wax-related wordplay gratefully received.

Murdoch, Feb 22 2007

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       As opposed to scandals - a lovingly hand-tooled replica of the actual footwear the emperor Caligula was wearing when he seduced his sister.
hippo, Feb 22 2007
  

       Exactly the sort of thing I had in mind.
Murdoch, Feb 22 2007
  

       Got one for GWB playing a guitar while New Orleans drowns?
Galbinus_Caeli, Feb 22 2007
  

       Banjo surely?
zen_tom, Feb 22 2007
  

       No, it was a guitar.
Galbinus_Caeli, Feb 22 2007
  

       It's so easy to make a dubious scandlestick. Just think of the possibilities for the media!
placid_turmoil, Feb 22 2007
  

       This idea is waxy.
ye_river_xiv, Feb 22 2007
  

       scanteels - shortage of eels of course !
xenzag, Feb 22 2007
  

       GC, better yet, Mayor "New Orleans will be Chocolate Again" Nagin holding a giant ring of bus keys.
Monty6, Feb 25 2007
  

       I see money.
M Carter, Jan 05 2008
  


 

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