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Pleased to meat you
Pleased to meat you

Definitely an innovative introduction, but not suitable for vegetarians.

You just ate my details!

You just ate my details!

Here’s a delicious way of making a first impression, albeit slightly rustic and erring towards the uber-masculine. Perfect for the protein-hungry.

It may not eco-happy, but it’s definitely innovative - a business card that will feed your prospective client or interviewee.

Voila, Meat Cards - no paper, made of laser-printed beef jerky.

The makers of these cards boast that “meat cards will retain value after the econopocalypse. Hoard and barter your calorie-rich, life-sustaining cards”.

These dried treats are not quite ready to send out just yet, but the makers say they’re pretty close.

As the old adage goes: you never get a second chance to make a first impression. Let’s just hope in this case, the receiver of the card is craving a bit of beef.

Source: Meat Cards via Tech Crunch

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Dear M. de P.,
Greenfieldpaper.com is a marvelous ‘au courant’ paper company that impregnates (yes) their sheets of paper with wildflower seeds. Think of the possibilities! The edible cards you have managed to uncover are a hair more macho admittedly. What will the human mind think of next? Now if Tim Horton’s (a coffee shop in this fair country) used impregnated coffee cups, think of the advertising opportunities! Perhaps M. de P. and EG should consult? Oh dear, oh dear! Gentle thoughts, EG

  • jay Remer
  • 15 Aug, 2009
  • 1:04 am
 

Dear Monsieur EG
Oh, how I enjoy your style. Forget Tim Horton’s (as much as I enjoy their caffeinated libations). I think we should consult on impregnating martinis - surely, the olives can be of use. I’m thinking, I’m thinking!
Fondest regards
PDP

  • Prunella de Pedant
  • 16 Aug, 2009
  • 12:48 pm
 

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