|Orange Jam Label|
|A Goliath Orange Jam Label|
Why is orange jam called marmalade? From the Portuguese/Spanish, apparently, although I had to wait a long time for the answer. These sort of questions plague one's youth. Why is there no singular for Scampi? If you can put a boot on a foot, why can you not put beet on your feet? Flammable and Inflammable mean the same thing. Why does monosybillic have so many syllabales? Why didn't Chewbacca get a medal at the end of Star Wars? Why don't you see baby pigeons? And why the huge temperature disparity between Mummy and Daddy bear's porridge when they were clearly poured at the same time?
And this is just the start of it. So. Labels. I like marmalade. Quite a lot, in fact, and make gallons of it, either with oranges or that 'mamade' stuff you get in cans. Since they needed a label and I was fooling around with Goliath labels at the time, this is what happened. As gifts (generous, huh?) I do personalised labels on marmalade pots, and since it was made in Wales the SROW bit works. On the ingredients it says: 'Permitted addictive agent' which explains why I can't stop eating it, and on later pots I have added: "Warning: produced in country that also grows nuts".
On self-adhesive paper, hand numbered, colour inkjet. 100 editions.
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