Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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[marked-for-deletion] stickers

Clean up your apartment clutter by marking things for deletion
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These snazzy little stickers, available for a small donation to the halfbakery website, will help you clean up all the crap in your house, dorm, or apartment.

For example, my bookshelf is close to capacity, so whenever I buy new books I like to get rid of some of my existing books that I know I'm never going to look at again. If some were previously [marked-for-deletion], it would be easy to know which ones to remove from my bookshelf.

Good for CD's you don't want to hold on to, also.

If you have a cleaning lady, you can tell her exactly what can be thrown out. Just tell her to look for the little fishbone stickers that say "M-F-D" on them.

In a related vein, I propose "Croissant" stickers, also available exclusively from the halfbakery. Stop looking at that logo up there! Sure, you could print your own croissant stickers, but that would be antisocial. For a nominal fee, you would receive 12 sheets of round stickers with croissants and half-croissants on them. Have a magazine you want to make sure you don't throw away? Stick two C's and a ( on it and you're safe. When you give a friend/relative a gift, and he sees that you have put two croissants and a half on it, he will know how much that object meant to you, and he will be extra appreciative. And if he isn't, just take out your M-F-D stickers and slap him on the back in a friendly way.... ^_^

phundug, Jun 09 2003

www.sf-books.com http://www.sf-books.com
Another way to get rid of those old books... [simonj, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

CafePress http://www.cafepress.com/cp/info/
Make your own stuff, sell your own stuff [harderthanjesus, Oct 29 2004]

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       I prefer the traditional "X" splashed on in red paint.
DrCurry, Jun 09 2003
  

       I intend to have a t-shirt made with the M-F-D phrase on it. I only hope the moderator takes its time in getting around to me.
phoenix, Jun 09 2003
  

       you *have* to spell it out in full, phoenix.   

       was it egbert who promised me a t-shirt with "half-baked" written across it?
po, Jun 09 2003
  

       Good. You get a +, man...
(friendly slap) heh heh...
galukalock, Jun 09 2003
  

       Found on the shelves for clearance items at the Halfbakery Outlet store.
waugsqueke, Jun 09 2003
  

       I would like to see M-F-D stickers next to ideas that are M-F-D in the bakery, next to any croissants or fishbones that they have.
PiledHigherandDeeper, Jun 09 2003
  

       That's what I first thought this was, from the title.
galukalock, Jun 09 2003
  

       Po, I have no recollection of that.
egbert, Jun 10 2003
  

       [toejam] if you have to ask . . . .
bristolz, Jun 27 2003
  

       How about a big rubber stamp...
MikeOliver, Jul 22 2004
  

       Where I used to work we had lots of used computer parts lying around. To identify them we used sticky label dots: green for 'tested ok', red for 'faulty but we never throw anything away', and yellow for 'if you've got nothing to do test this'.   

       This seemed like a good idea until one day a whole box of red dots fell off the shelf on to one of the guys... he was covered in red dots and we quickly tried to peel off the red dots and stick on some green dots but we couldn't find enough green dots and we couldn't peel off the red dots quickly enough and we were too late to save him and oh my God what are we going to do and it was horrible... *sob*
philmckraken, Jul 22 2004
  

       Definite croissant, though I'm concerned that if my better half should come across them in a 'tidying mood' there may be nothing left.
wagster, Jul 22 2004
  

       Most of my belongings are either redundant, gross-out humor, WIBNI, a flavor, "Wasn't that cool, that thing I saw in that movie? Wouldn't it be neat if it were real?", or magic. This idea could simplify my house.
But I do have a "[marked-for-salvation-army]" box.
Amos Kito, Jul 22 2004
  

       (And another idea bubbles to the top of the stack). I was thinking these should be to wear, as commentary on the fact that none of us are immortal.   

       www.stickerguy.com, 250 quality B&W stickers for $60+ some-odd bucks. Anyone feeling industrious to design it?
absterge, Jul 22 2004
  

       I always pictured a [marked-for-deletion] as being red!
MikeOliver, Jul 22 2004
  

       Me too, [mike]!
phundug, Jul 22 2004
  

       I think the the [m-f-d] means the most to me when its black and in this font, no design neccesary.
swimr, Jul 22 2004
  

       (re-affixes croissant sticker) These things need a stronger custard adhesive.
Worldgineer, Oct 28 2004
  

       What font is it we're using here, is it Times New Roman? I've linked a site that would allow the creation of Halfbakery products, including stickers.
harderthanjesus, Oct 29 2004
  

       The fonts are Trebuchet and Impact.
angel, Oct 29 2004
  

       Win! [+]
xxobot, Mar 10 2009
  

       [+] want
xandram, Jul 23 2013
  

       //The fonts are Trebuchet and...//   

       Seriously? How apt is that?!
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 25 2013
  

       Caption "Apply directly to forehead" appears. I swear, Bob is here.
absterge, Oct 22 2015
  
      
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