Flower Printer
February 8, 2006 5:04 AM   Subscribe

I think that I shall never see, A billboard lovely as a...flower. Just in time for Valentine's Day, send your sweetie a dozen roses with custom-printed, spectacular Engrish messages on the petals. Also useful for wedding anniversaries and football games.
posted by Gator (18 comments total)
We All Have Our Own Secret And Passion In Heart To Express To Our Lover Or Wife/husband, Parents, Eldership, Colleagues Or Leaders. However, Due To Busy Work Or Being Shy To Speak Or Embarrassed By Inappropriate Occasions, We Often Miss The Best Time, Which Forms A Deep Pity And Even A Life-time Regret To Us. Flower Art Color Painter Can Present Love, Respect, Blessing, Praise, Regret, Etc. Instantly Within Several Seconds.It Is Our Company's Another Masterpiece After The Digital Nail Art Painter.
posted by Gator at 5:04 AM on February 8, 2006

Wife your pain on Valentine's Day, everybody.
posted by slimepuppy at 5:27 AM on February 8, 2006

feelings ditto on special petals day Valentine.
posted by j.p. Hung at 6:04 AM on February 8, 2006

Metafilter: You hases no company to measure!
posted by The White Hat at 6:10 AM on February 8, 2006

My Life is Favorable because I Wife My Pain.
posted by R. Mutt at 6:16 AM on February 8, 2006

'you are the bride of my this present life' how touching...

'love very much to love you very much!' it almost makes sense...

This printer system is pretty badass...I wonder how much it costs...
posted by gren at 7:03 AM on February 8, 2006

Dang! this is one of those days when I say "I wish I'd thought of that." I have had several days like that...going as far back as the invention of the rubber mousepad from old wet suits (1984). Why is it I miss all the obvious stuff like this. Cheese Whiz!
posted by Gungho at 7:16 AM on February 8, 2006

I wonder how much it costs...

Only $1,250.00!
posted by Gator at 7:27 AM on February 8, 2006

Oh, .... I wonder what else one could stick in there to be printed upon...
posted by R. Mutt at 7:33 AM on February 8, 2006

Well, their previous 'masterpiece' is a digital nail art printer.

Wish I could convey how over the top the Chinese version is. Then again, with words like 'Romance is therefore forever by the instant brightening and personality is presented as well', maybe I don't have to.
posted by of strange foe at 7:59 AM on February 8, 2006

R.Mutt, you owe me Coke, a few crisps, a new monitor and my respect at the workplace.
posted by slimepuppy at 8:42 AM on February 8, 2006

Oh wow... the Trojans one would be SO perfect for those days when you want to send a message of love AND football!
posted by Mike D at 8:54 AM on February 8, 2006

MetaFilter: All Your Heart Are Belong to Us.

As a friend of mine said: "AYB is so old that there are now people who haven't heard of it!"
posted by Eideteker at 9:57 AM on February 8, 2006


I was thinking about doing this using a PTouch labeller. Print out each letter of "I love you" separately, stick 'em one to each rose, and arrange 'em nicely.

Kind of a Make version of what the link is doing, eh? :-)
posted by five fresh fish at 12:52 PM on February 8, 2006

The descriptive text of the website reminds me of the translated-from-Japanese text of patent applications I used to have to type up; nothing like complicated engineering concepts being translated (badly) into English for endless amusement. There were days it was so convoluted that we couldn't figure out what the product was.

Well, that can true of American products, too. But still, that's what I thought of.
posted by jennaratrix at 1:38 PM on February 8, 2006

posted by obvious at 2:56 PM on February 8, 2006

My life is quite favorable, thank you. A box of heart shaped dark chocolate coated cranberry jellies arrived today. A refill may be needed before the 14th.
posted by Cranberry at 3:25 PM on February 8, 2006

I think I’d get perhaps 4 lumps from the frying pan from my wife for giving her this.
posted by Smedleyman at 4:22 PM on February 8, 2006

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