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Mardi Gras Hide N' Seek

It's that time of year again, when the Naked Mohawk-Baby Carrot Jockeys abandon their icing carrots and instead go for a spin on giant, bead-covered donuts. Check it out: this one's even on a pool-float boogie board: Somebody get this kid a tiny drink with an even tinier umbrella, STAT. Originally these guys - who, did I mention? Are supposed to represent the baby Jesus - were hidden away inside the donut, so that one lucky party-goer would end up with a chipped tooth and the dubious honor of having to bring next year's donut, thereby ensuring the continuous cycle of petty revenge.
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