Bite Me Stamp Kit The definitive stamp that leaves its mark

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  • Edition: NOV BKLT
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  • Copyright: 1/7/2014
  • Publisher: Cider Mill Press
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The bitter stamp that lets you find joy in your spitefulness. This kit includes a self-inking “Bite Me” stamp along with a clever, pocket-sized booklet filled with advice on the proper etiquette of this powerful tool. The perfect gift for outspoken, frustrated and pissed off individuals everywhere.

A witty kit that includes everything you need to tell them off while getting in the last word. This self-inking rubber stamp imprints “Bite Me” across most surfaces, and comes with the ultimate “Bite Me” booklet, filled with humorous advice on how to get your honest opinion out of your mind and onto paper. So go ahead- leave your mark and let your sarcasm be known- stamp up that parking ticket, expensive bar tab, chore list, eviction notice or anything else that pisses you off.

Author Biography

The Dare You Stamp Co. was founded in 1776 when noted Philadelphian Jeremiah Dare was hired by the not-yet Founding Fathers to print draft copies of the Declaration of Independence. When the documents arrived at Independence Hall, an unfortunate typo read “When in the Curse of human events…” So irate was George Washington that he said “The foolish and wicked practice of profane cursing and swearing is a vice so mean and low that every person of sense and character detests and despises it.” Dare’s instinct was to simply reply, “Fuck You.” Today, the Dare You Stamp Co. continues on as a belligerent subset of Cider Mill Press.

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