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    The next phase of Indiana Jones worship...

    ...is cake:

    http://www.clevercakestudio.com/2008/11/22/



    So we now have the patron saint of archaeology, St Indiana of the Archaeologists* with his own cake.






    *this is what the Archaeology faculty of my university call him.
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    But what happens to the cake when you take the statue off and the weight isn't distributed evenly? Does it blow up? Does the ground underneath you give way? Do the walls start to move?
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    Now THAT is cool.
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    The cake is better than the most recent movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss_Bella_Hell
    The cake is better than the most recent movie.
    I'm sure glad you said that and I didn't have to......
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmateisGal
    But what happens to the cake when you take the statue off and the weight isn't distributed evenly? Does it blow up? Does the ground underneath you give way? Do the walls start to move?
    The cake spoils!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmateisGal
    But what happens to the cake when you take the statue off and the weight isn't distributed evenly? Does it blow up? Does the ground underneath you give way? Do the walls start to move?
    All of the above. Then the marzipan figurehead is stolen by an unscrupulous rival chef and taken to Marrakech, and the hero chef is forced to outrun a tribe of hostile Central American bakers. He then finds himself on a quest to find the Lost Ark of the Fondant, containing the first Battenberg cake that was given to Moses by God on top of Mt Sinai. It ends with the bad guys being dissolved by the power of Fondant for blaspheming against it by using CoolWhip instead of real cream. The Ark is then given to 'top men' to study, by which we assume they mean Gordon Ramsey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordBest
    All of the above. Then the marzipan figurehead is stolen by an unscrupulous rival chef and taken to Marrakech, and the hero chef is forced to outrun a tribe of hostile Central American bakers. He then finds himself on a quest to find the Lost Ark of the Fondant, containing the first Battenberg cake that was given to Moses by God on top of Mt Sinai. It ends with the bad guys being dissolved by the power of Fondant for blaspheming against it by using CoolWhip instead of real cream. The Ark is then given to 'top men' to study, by which we assume they mean Gordon Ramsey.
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    Well now, that really takes the cake!


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