Burned Marshmellow

I’m laughing writing this up :slight_smile:

I’m looking for someone to personally roast a marshmallow for me and take a high resolution image of it. I’ve looked on many image sites and the images were not what I was after. If someone could take a few, burn a few and take pictures of them I would appreciate it.

What do you get out of it :slight_smile:

You get to eat it after

<DRUM HIT> Corny Joke you say :slight_smile:

[FONT=“Georgia”]Sure, why not.

How did you need it?


Just a high resolution picture, a few would be good and as clear as you can get it :slight_smile:
Since you usually get a bag of them you’re open to errors that probably you’ll do intentionally just to eat a few :slight_smile:

[FONT=“Georgia”]Sorry man, I can’t give away anything high-res.

When you asked, I thought it was for a web-banner or something, no?


The images won’t be going online or shown to anyone other then seen by myself for reference for a project, I forgot to mention that :slight_smile:

There is always the option of taking a photograph yourself, and if you only need it to observe something, take a magnifying glass and look at the darn thing that you roasted over your own fire :smiley:

You suggest I start a bonfire in a multi-unit complex ? A oven doesn’t give the results that I’m after compared to a bonfire. Why would I need a magnifying glass to look at a Marshmellow ???

A candle? A match? Or a twig? You don’t need a bonfire, it is a marshmallow not a witch.


You are very vague about the use of this photo. What is it that you are after with the high res? That is why I suggested the magnifier. Not as outlandish as you might think…

I said it in message #5, a reference the same way someone uses a image to draw a picture. I would have never thought that it would become a conspiracy over a few pictures of a marshmellow as though I’m going to plot a marshmellow attack.

Like I said, vague: project. Very unclear.

Anyway, good luck to you and your project :slight_smile:

Google returns some multi-megapixel examples you could use for reference.

Ahhh ****, I should I wrote “toasted” with the word marshmallow.

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This has got to be one of the most unusual requests I’ve seen appear on sitepoint…:confused: