Emoticon Transforming Stamp

Emoticon Transforming Stamp (Images courtesy ThinkGeek)
By Andrew Liszewski

If you have a hard time expressing yourself online without an emoticon at the end of every sentence, imagine how difficult it must be when you have to write something out on paper. Sure, you could just use traditional punctuation-based emoticons but without software to convert them into cartoon faces it just seems so cold and impersonal.

So before you start writing that Christmas letter to the family you’ll want to grab yourself one of these Transforming Emoticon stamps. It’s made of 100% silicone so it’s flexible enough to squish the standard face into whatever emotion you might need to express on paper. That way, instead of relying on proper grammar and prose to convey your feelings, you can just fill the page with frowns and smiles.

ThinkGeek’s got it for just $5.99.

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5 thoughts on “Emoticon Transforming Stamp”

  1. Yep, thanks for mentioning it too. I did notice that ThinkGeek referred to it as ‘silicon’ and that’s primarily why I spelled it that way. But you’re right, it was probably supposed to be ‘silicone’ in the first place.

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