Invisibility Cloaks

  Graham. 15:54 18 Mar 2009

Do they work? If I had one, I could remove all the labels that my neighbours' leave on their plants and bushes.

  Stuartli 16:10 18 Mar 2009

Might sound the obvious question, but why?

I would have thought it was nobody else's business....:-)

If, however, there was such a thing as an invisibility cloak, I can think of far, far more interesting and rewarding activities.

  Pine Man 16:23 18 Mar 2009

'I can think of far, far more interesting and rewarding activities.'

Like removing those people fiddling with my plants and bushes to hide the labels!

  wiz-king 16:29 18 Mar 2009

Cruelty to plants!

How will they know what to grow like if you take the labels? They might get daffodil flowers on their roses.

  skeletal 17:19 18 Mar 2009

My car is fitted with an invisibility cloak but I wish I knew how to turn it off.

At least I assume this is the case given the number of people who try their best to drive into it!


  robgf 19:49 18 Mar 2009

I'm wearing my invisibility cloak now.

I'm standing right behind you.


  carver 20:41 18 Mar 2009

Put mine down and now I can't find it.

  Graham. 16:21 30 Apr 2009
  Seth Haniel 16:24 30 Apr 2009

it's call 'The Big Issue'


  peter99co 16:38 30 Apr 2009

Far more fun if you take all the labels of your tinned food.

  citadel 17:17 30 Apr 2009

they work ok for the romulans.

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