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(or any brand of correction fluid)
NB. It was a "Tipp-Ex Easy Correct" mouse jobbie.
Tippex looks better than crossing out in this case.
I wanted some tippex earlier and couldn't find any. It was then that I realised I hadn't used it in ages and this thread was born.
Accidentally wrote "happy birthday" in someone's leaving card. They're pregnant so I styled it out by writing "All the best for the future and [happy birthday] to the little one!"
on a white car that I may have bumped a wee bit.
I was labelling plugs
one says "pcm"
one says "blu"
another says "lamp"
isn't this exciting?
Come on, there must be more!
it looks like it has tripled since the start of 2003.
It was one of the mouse things, on a sketch detail.
ahaha you use tippex on an etch a sketch!
Wrote some corrections on a document then decided I couldn't be arsed with the clusterfuck of having secretaries type it up properly so used the Tipp-Ex to hide the notes to myself and sent that.
I bored myself writing this out.
Just this second got a bollocking for something that they didn't do. This happens regularly.
i wrote 'melissa joan hart' on everything
and used to scratch them in with the nib (?) of my compass
I had a massive blue A2 folder for graphic design which I stuck stickers on and Tippexed "Limp Bizkit" onto. I wish I had a picture of it. Bet it looked fucking amazing.
Living Colour; Pearl Jam; Rage against the machine; Blur; Led Zeppelin; Dinosaur Jr; Soundgarden; Alice in Chains.
No? I WIN
e.g. Northern Uproar, Lighthouse Family etc
like trendy youtuber casey neistat
Tipex my crush's name on my pencil case and then when I had a new crush, scratch the old name off and add him on instead.
and he gave me procedures for something that were handwritten with tippexed corrections (mouse). I would have typed them.
I have not used tippex in the past decade as far as I know. I have used it this millennium (finally, I can spell millennium).
how can you tell when an irishman has used your word processor*?