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March 24, 2004
Fruit labels through the ages.
What gets me is the huge number of labels based in the now-concrete Silicon Valley.
16 years ago
pic o pac!
oh man is this a great site or what? thanks for the link, trac. stuff like this is why i love the web so much!
Oh, stop sucking up.
oh quid, you're so damn
(ROFL!) Well, you're just a silly little
Two years ago I bought labels from this man for a wedding present for a friend of mine. But they were so cool I had to keep them and get the bride another gift. Going for a wine theme, I bought grape labels (
), and they're displayed in my kitchen. Apparently he's quite popular with interior designers. I highly recommend him.
that's better than being a
like you! hee hee.
*whew!* At least you didn't make fun of my big
This site just cries out for rampant abuse.
i'd never do that, quid!
. I've misjudged you,
Can't we all just
i am indeed
*sigh* What a satisfying and enjoyable
Round of applause all around. Well done, monkeys!
Bananas all round!
Though it's called ephemera, I'm glad some of the more handsome and colourful examples don't seem to go away -- surprisingly popular now. A couple more links
. Delightful link, tracicle, thanks.
Who thinks I'm juvinile for finding
from the Texas section funny?
No, I thought it was quite funny myself. Especially since Johnny doesn't look so gay - either way.
I was just reading the discussion on this link as it appeared on metafilter, and Sidedish and quidnunc are still winning for wittiest use of the labels. Very funny :)