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Combustable Figgy Pudding
Figgy pudding cake

Origin

Post Great London Fire of 1666

Type

Old Figgy Pudding

Effects

Radiates itself with a energy that makes the surrounding persons feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

Downsides

Prolonged use results in spontaneous human combustion.

Activation

Singing Christmas Carols

Collected by

C. Demall

Section

The Aisle of Noel

Date of Collection

Dec 15th, 1941

[Source]


OriginEdit

Pinpointed down to Christmas after the London Fire of 1666, this plate of figgy pudding was made but never eaten, for exact reasoning unknown. After the great fire, many people felt sadness learning about the death of their loved ones and losing their homes, so grief stricken that many people didn't know where to go. This plate of figgy pudding was the left over of a large feast held in the honor of those who perished. The survivors of the fire, with the feeling of those important to their lives around them once more, imbued the pudding with it's infectious warmth.

EffectsEdit

Radiates itself with a energy that makes the surrounding persons feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Prolonged use results in spontaneous human combustion.

CollectionEdit

Collected by C. Demall on Dec 15th, 1941.

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