Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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sticking outside the box
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This round, flat label can rotate on its fastener like a wheel or inside a plastic disc like the movable eye of a stuffed animal. It is weighted so one side is always down. It is printed with a downward pointing arrow and the text “this side up” upside down.

A useful label for crates or boxes with contents that should be shifted and agitated during shipment.

FarmerJohn, Jan 27 2005

Do not Tip http://riversidepap...abels_tipntell.html
Don't tilt the crate! [Coal Drag, Jan 27 2005]


       Some parcels might turn up with a huge nail pinning the label in the correct direction.
Ling, Jan 27 2005

       should be agitated? cornflakes?
po, Jan 27 2005

       You could go into business with the company that makes the labels in the attached link. It would broaden the market share because either you want your crates agitated or not, right?
Coal Drag, Jan 27 2005

       Crates of ready to serve martinis.
tiromancer, Jan 28 2005

       Who's read Pratchett's "Thief of Time?" This reminded me the confusion amongst some certain hyper-rational entities encountering paradoxical signs, such as   

       KEEP LEFT


Detly, Jan 28 2005

       Labels = shirts. Oh, you mean _box_ labels !!   

       HaHAAhaha. However, would be great on a shirt, too, unless someone would follow me home and steal my washing.
reensure, Jan 31 2006

       Nice to see you back, [FJ]. Only just noticed.   

       //KEEP LEFT ==> //
Walk backwards.
moomintroll, Jan 31 2006

       Check those dates again, [moom]. It caught me off-guard for a moment, too. I do miss his input around here.
jurist, Jan 31 2006

       Damn. What year is this again?
moomintroll, Jan 31 2006

       I got excited there for a second. Now, somewhat less excited.
bungston, Jan 31 2006

       When I first saw the title, I wondered what the heck you were on.   

       Now I get it! Croissant just for that...   

       Anything that confuses the masses is worthy of implementation.
neutrinos_shadow, Jan 31 2006


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