A few months ago we decided to glue a candy jar shut with epoxy and photograph all of the freeloaders at work trying to get candy. Since then we’ve been scratching our brains (ouch) trying to come up with something to top that candy prank. Inspiration finally hit (again ouch) and here’s what happened…
The new candy jar (pre modification) one 40 inch Giant Pony on sale for $48.70 at rite aid.
The candy will be stored in this 2 dollar plastic bucket from Home Depot.
A long sleeve shirt will provide the short tunnel necessary to reach the candy container inside the stuffed pony.
Cutting a small hole for the sleeve to attach to the container.
Epoxy to seal the candy container lid and the sleeve.
Sleeve attached to internal candy container – check.
Allow to dry and check for strength.
Remove stuffing and insert internal candy container.
Carefully sew other end of sleeve to far end of stuffed pony, now everyone can be an amateur veterinarian.
The finished product – one custom stuffed pony candy jar!
Fill with an assortment of chocolates and candy to tempt even the most discriminating candy aficionados.
Put instructions on the wall for those who just wouldn’t guess off the top of their head there was candy in there.
Now that we’re all set up, time for the
victims hungry coworkers…
The first victim, wasn’t so sure – but fortunately child labor is willing to forgo pride over the desire for sweet, sweet candy.
Breaking in the candy jar.
She seemed to enjoy it… nice.
Scuba man had flashbacks.
A recent DUI wouldn’t stop this clown from driving down the wrong candy street.
He had to explain it to her.
With some encouragement she dove in.
Short people had to go in beyond their elbows to get the chocolate inside.
She seemed to have her reservations, something you would think her past life working in go-go bars would have prepared her for this.
Not everyone would allow us to photograph them, but seeing the owner of the company
suggest order the reluctant CEO (not pictured) to get some was priceless.
Free candy if you are willing to pay the price…
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