Wait! Where's the frying pan?

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Photographer: Rudy Huhold
Agency: Artplan

Apparently package delivery service Sedex Express is quite similar to. . . your brain on drugs. Hmmmm.

Via fubiz

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Ah, yea of little faith. I'm sure the frying pan shows up just in the nick of time.