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Frank the tankFrank the tank Posts: 6,806
edited March 2013 in The cake stop
Do you prefer the triangular flap-jack or the more traditional rectangular or square one?

A school has banned the triangular one after a pupil was hit in the face with one.

I would go for a square one and modify it with a knife and transform it into a kung-fu fighting star shape. :lol:
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  • thistle_(mbnw)thistle_(mbnw) Posts: 3,250
    I wonder if they've banned sharp pointy knives and forks too.
  • chillingchilling Posts: 267
    I hope they have banner Dairylea too.
  • I'd take a rectangle, personally. They tessellate nicely, thereby allowing a greater quantity of ammo to be carried in a given volume. Weight of fire, I suspect, would be of more practical benefit than chancing of lucky hit from a single, more spiky shot.

    Either way, I think I'll be avoiding sportives in the East Midlands unless the organisers start searching entrants for multi-tools!
    chilling wrote:
    I hope they have banned Dairylea too.
    Scary weapon, Diarylea, especially the disc-shaped multi-packs. Throw like a frisbee for accurate delivery, and they burst open to reveal six spinning pointy metals triangles of death. A sort of calcium rich cluster bomb, if you like.
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  • team47bteam47b Posts: 6,424
    Plain giant Toblerone, sharp protruding almond flakes, multi round weapon of choice :D
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  • NapoleonDNapoleonD Posts: 18,632
    A Double Decker for me. Sounds really bad "I was hit by a double decker today"
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  • slowmartslowmart Posts: 3,809
    Lets ban a weapon with three pointy edges with one with four.
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  • Do you need a licence and background checks for triangular flapjack and is square flapjack unregulated?

    Do you have to keep triangular flapjack inside a gun cabinet and transport it inside a case with COSHH warning signs?
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  • ballysmateballysmate Posts: 13,700
    You scoff but remember Two-Ton Ted from Teddington, who drove the baker's van. He did for old Ernie!
  • RonBRonB Posts: 3,984
    I thought he was seen off by an overdose of innuendo due to improper use of a cream horn.
  • GiraffotoGiraffoto Posts: 2,078
    team47b wrote:
    Plain giant Toblerone, sharp protruding almond flakes, multi round weapon of choice :D

    I had the fruit and nut variety of this the other day and thought (inter alia) that if you hit someone with one you could do some serious damage. Just thank me in your own time for removing this deadly weapon from our streets
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