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Skull Stapler: Office Supplies No One Will Steal

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Wed, Sep 1, 2010 at 1:47 PM
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Would you pay $50 for a stapler? If it looked like this you might. Yesterday I was researching (and by "researching" I mean "random Googling") a chicken handbag by Sarut, and I came across these Skull Staplers. Their tagline: "Use your head!"

The top of the head (or, in fancy medical language, the scalp) lifts off so you can store staples or paper clips or push pins or evil thoughts or whatever. The skull stapler is six inches tall. It was designed in France (what? Not Japan?) by Crea Crea.

All kinds of awesome. Do you know what would make this even better?

Some rainbow color! And a bit of brain pattern on the scalp.

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