Rock Paper Scissors Marking Clips

Rock Paper Scissors Marking Clips

The game Rock Paper Scissors is useful for those who are too indecisive and don’t know where to begin. If you have overwhelming stacks of papers piled up on your desk, organize each of them with these clever Rock Paper Scissors Marking Clips to determine which you will crush, cut, or wrap up first.

This game never gets old like work does. Rock beats scissors, scissors beats paper, paper beats rock. It all makes total sense. Of course when your paper clips aren’t in service, you can turn them upside-down to make other gestures. The scissors are the peace sign, the rock could be a not-so-nice sign, and the paper would work as the sign for Fame (the movie or musical). Create new games and play with your office buddies during break time.

Humor Beats Paper!
Challenge your tasks to a lighthearted game of organization with supplies that keep you on point, but out of the norm. A clever way to stay organized and keep work on point, without taking yourself too seriously, use these paper clips to mark pages in books, bind important documents or add a playful touch to the daily grind. Clips come in a set of 30 in three punchy designs: Rock, Paper and Scissors. Made in Japan.

  • Stainless steel
  • Each clip: approx. 0.9″ H x 0.5″ W; Packaging: 4″ L x 2.25″ W

If you’re a bookworm and are reading several books at once, you can also use the clips as bookmarks. They will also help you decide which book gets priority over the others.

Get the 30-count Rock Paper Scissors Marking Clips set at UncommonGoods for $13.00. They are also available for the same price at Amazon.

Does water fit into the equation? Water rusts scissors, paper absorbs water, water slides off rocks…nah, it gets too complicated. But you can still have a stash of water drop-like paper clips when you buy the Drip Clips Sink Paperclips Holder.

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Patra Beaulieu

About Patra Beaulieu

Patra has a background in molecular biology and was a former writer / translator for one of Canada's major web-based entertainment news providers. She currently resides in Ottawa, Ontario and is into alpine skiing, biking, music, movies, dining, baking, traveling, spending time with family, friends and her mini goldendoodle.

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