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

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(assuming this hasn't been mooted already, my local library smoothwalls HB to heck)

Smart custard, as just a bit of variety from smart water.

not_morrison_rm, Aug 27 2015


       Well just how smart is it?
blissmiss, Aug 28 2015

       On the face of it, travelling very fast, in concave receptacle form, very.
wjt, Aug 28 2015

       Custard has an IQ of between 6 and 8.   

       There was a Danish group who devised (perhaps not in all seriousness) a set of IQ tests that could be applied to humans, various other animals, and inanimate objects.   

       Custard (or at least oobleck) was able to solve questions such as "which point in this container is the lowest?" (the custard accumulated there). It had a higher IQ than either water or reinforced concrete.   

       Crows came out with an IQ of 35, which means that if humans disappear, the war for supremacy between crows and custard will be short and decisive.
MaxwellBuchanan, Aug 29 2015

       I'd like to see the crows accumulating at the lowest point in a container. Not in a cruel way, mind; I'd just like to watch how they did it.
pertinax, Aug 30 2015

       Reward a group of crows with more food per crow on the bottom of a cage each time a light flashes.
Voice, Aug 30 2015

       Custard wasn't too smart when it came to making his last stand at Little Big Horn.
xenzag, Aug 31 2015

       Tracking the thieves via the smart custard sniffer dog, they were apprehend and taken into custardy.   

       Speaking of custard filled flak jacket...
not_morrison_rm, Aug 31 2015


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