Thinking back I don’t think we used a cookie jar that much when I was a kid. We ate those fresh cookies super quick. They never had a chance to rest in any sort of storage container other than our stomachs.
I dont think the Cookie Monster is going to be stealing his cookies anytime soon…
Sarlacc pit? Sarlacc pit.
I grew up with a white, pig-shaped cookie jar which was opened by grabbing it’s little tail and lifting off its butt. Rarely were there actual cookies in there, though; nobody at home baked, so it was usually full of Little Debbie and Quaker granola bars.
Looks like a jar version of a Bag of Devouring! (http://www.d20srd.org/srd/magicItems/cursedItems.htm#bagofDevouring)
I think we have some “real” cookie jars somewhere here at home, and I guess you could say that we put our home baked cookies in cookie jars… But those cookie jars are the plastic jars that used to contain gingerbread biscuits. Yeah, it’s very convenient that the gingerbread biscuits are sold in plastic cookie jars that can be re-used over and over again!
Also, I kinda came to think about this jar, even though it reads “candy jar” and not cookie jar:
Those better be some really good cookies.
You know you could also look for anyone with either a missing hand or puncture marks around their wrist.
Or a really fast fat kid.
Who me? Couldn’t be! I still have all my fingers.
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