Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Datestamp Wristwatch

Sign here, and here, and here, and date this, and this, and initial this...
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I rarely bother trying to remember the date anymore. I think that spot in my brain has been reserved for other activities, like certain websites. I'm therefore always referring to my wristwatch whenever I need to date a form. Got me thinking... (which is quite a feat, these days).

I'm not quite certain the packaging would work out, but since I figure that my watch shows the date already, how hard would it be to have it in raised digits, and a flip-top inkpad? Alternatively, a variation of John's Time-Goes-By Bracelet could contain a re-inker pad in the non-displaying sections.

RayfordSteele, Mar 18 2004


       //how hard would it be to have it in raised digits// In raised *back to front* digits no less
Lacus Trasumenus, Mar 18 2004

       "Why do you keep dating your forms "4002 81 raM?"
RayfordSteele, Mar 18 2004

       This would be useful if the halfbakery were posted on parchment nailed to the oak doors of the cathedral in the town square, and after you write your annotation, you sign and date it.
FarmerJohn, Mar 19 2004

       As well as a flip-top inkpad, you would have a flip-top mirror enabling you to view the date the correct way round, no?
kropotkin, Mar 19 2004

       Maybe there could be a heater or lazer to print it in a similar way the fax machines or lazer printers does. Anyway +)
Inyuki, Mar 19 2004

       I like the Laser idea.
silverstormer, Mar 19 2004


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