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Who is the mysterious person in the picture?
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The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic.
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Crayon jokes and puns

Today is National Crayon Day! Have some fun with crayons.

Crayons are just like M&Ms...
They taste the same no matter what colour they are.

I heard in the news that thay've found harmful materials in cosmetics and childrens crayons, but in the defense of the big corporations...
They're doing asbestos they can.

My wife accused me of being unsympathetic and not listening, so I bought her a GI Joe coloring book...
Now she'll always have a soldier to crayon.

Fill out job applications in crayon...
...and if you don’t get hired, just blame it on your color.

I just can't draw blood
With this orange crayon...
It isn't sharp enough.

This orange does not taste right...
I think I'm gonna put it back in the crayon box.

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Cracker Jack

In 1893, Cracker Jack was invented by R.W. Rueckheim, a unique popcorn, peanuts, and molasses confection which he introduced at the World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago's First World Fair. The company he formed with his brother Louis as a partner was called F.W. Rueckheim and Brother. In 1896, Louis discovered the process for keeping the molasses-covered popcorn morsels from sticking together. This secret formula is still in use to this day. In 1912, “A Prize in Every Box” was introduced with toys inserted into every package. In 1918, Sailor Jack and his dog, Bingo, first appeared on packages. Sailor Jack was modeled after F.W. Rueckheim's young grandson, Robert.
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