worker in walkers factory trying to tell me something?

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  1. dunn2010

    dunn2010 Active Member
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    I'n england there is a competition going on at the moment with walkers crisps. You buy a packet, get a 10 digit code which is split into 2 , 5 digit parts and you enter this online and guess where it will rain next. i bought a packet and i think whoever printed this packet was trying to enter his very own FML into the world.

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  2. mpw

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    Maybe "F*** mein leben" was his last thought on being attacked by a Gruffalo?
     
  3. Pryomancer

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    They're all printed by machines, no human interaction.
     
  4. mpw

    mpw Well-Known Member
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    Really?

    The packs are colored in by hand though, right? How would the machine be able to taste which flavor they were??
     
  5. Intervenient

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    I call BS on this one. If there's no humans, who licks the seal to seal the package? :D
     
  6. Pryomancer

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    Apart from those exceptions, yes they definitely are all done by machine.
     
  7. Xyro

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    Well perhaps the code generating machine was having a bad day.
     

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