TSA-compliant cupcakes: "I am not a gel"

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9 Responses to “TSA-compliant cupcakes: "I am not a gel"”

  1. Jardine says:

    Those signs look like they’re held on by toothpicks. You could kill someone with one of those!

  2. morcheeba says:

    The 3oz rule (actually 100ml or 3.4 oz, but the TSA is lazy about labeling) applies to a container’s labeled size, not actual content size. So, if your bottle is 5 oz but marked 3 oz, you’re good to go. If you don’t have a container, then they can’t measure how much you have and I think they still wouldn’t let it pass. This container size also explains why I can’t bring a nearly-empty 10 oz bottle of saline, and instead must buy a smaller bottle (unless I go under the medical exemption)

  3. Guest says:

    They’re still going to take it and eat it. 

    • Antinous / Moderator says:

      That’s why we need to start trying to board with cupcakes full of laxatives.  That’ll learn ‘em to steal other kids’ lunches.

  4. SomeGuyNamedMark says:

    If cupcakes are outlawed only outlaws will have cupcakes.

  5. legotech says:

    Except now the TSA will arrest you for having a fake boarding pass

  6. Oh, I thought these were TSA complaint cupcakes. Like, you’d send one to the TSA each time you flew.

  7. benher says:

    T.S.A. cupcakes? That’s Simply Amazing! (someone please get it!)

  8. robdobbs says:

    Silver Poon Bakery? 

    Sweet.

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