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First Aid for the Meat Enthusiast

By Paperstone on July 8, 2010 in Health & Safety

beef bandages

Yesterday we spoke highly of Meatcards, a company that etches business cards onto beef jerky. In other meat-related office supplies news, Seattle-based novelty store Archie MacPhee sells an assortment of beef bandages – a noble, practical idea. Each tin contains three large and ten small T-bone steak sterile bandages with absorbent, non-stick pad and long-lasting adhesive.

So if you get a nasty Paper cut, clean and cover it with a comforting beef plaster. Nothing conveys sanitary conditions and hygiene like the sight of meat, so this is First Aid for the soul as well as body.

Bacon bandages are also available.


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