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Alphabrella are ordinary black umbrellas apart from one distinguishing feature: they each have a different letter of the alphabet printed large on their outside surface.

This means that when you buy one you have to make a choice of which letter to display. It also means that groups of Alphabrella owners can arrange to meet up and use their unique umbrellas to spell out words, or entire sentences, and dance around foolishly in the rain as they do so.

Why they would want to do this, I have no idea, but social media enables many manifestations of halfbaked activities and knows no boundaries.

xenzag, Feb 13 2015


       I thought this was going to be a kind of take charge umbrella, that all the other umbrellas would want to follow. Duh. (I like your idea though.)
blissmiss, Feb 13 2015

       Ha - I like your logic. You can come in and play at my house! (bring balloons and beer)
xenzag, Feb 13 2015

       Just 26 choices, or are we going full Unicode?
hippo, Feb 13 2015

       In China there will be more.... many, many, more
xenzag, Feb 13 2015

       Dang, missed the sale rush again. Nothing left on the shelves but Qs.
RayfordSteele, Feb 13 2015

       Would looking down at a busy plaza in the rain yield a frequency table view similar to ETAONRS etc.?   

       Fun idea.
normzone, Feb 13 2015

       Qs will be popular [RayfordSteele] when the Queen is around.
xenzag, Feb 13 2015

       You mean "R", shirley? The identity of "Q" is a closely- guarded secret.
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 13 2015

       //Dang, missed the sale rush again. Nothing left on the shelves but Qs.//   

       I made it to the sale - but left because the Qs were too long.
AusCan531, Feb 13 2015

       Just be glad you weren't in line for the Numberellas.   

       Norm, you could probably show the probability density in a waterfall chart.
RayfordSteele, Feb 14 2015


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