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  • MtnMan
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    Or maybe simply having a different color stripe around the outer edge of the slip would help.

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  • thorn
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    I think just having a color option for the top carry handle of the FS would work. Or clip on a different carabiner color to the handle of each one.

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  • hrmeeks
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    I'd never even thought of carrying 2 Freudian Slips. That could come in handy some days. I'm a teacher and carry lots of papers. I use different colored folders for each class, & that works just fine for me. It might be nice to have the FS in some lighter colors like Steel or Wasabi simply to make it easier to see inside a Brain Bag, but the grey piping on the black background helps, too.

    Maybe you could tie a colored ribbon to the top loop of your slips to help distinguish them in a hurry.

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  • MtnMan
    started a topic Different Color Freudian Slips

    Different Color Freudian Slips

    I don't know if this has ever been discussed, but I would like to see the Freudian Slips offered in more than one color. They currently come in what appears to be black-only.

    The reasons for this are multiple. If one stocks a given Freudian Slip with certain kinds of documents or forms or business cards or whatever, let's say for a sales pitch, then Freudian Slip "A" is used for "Sales". If one stocks another Freudian Slip with materials for Warranties and/or Repairs, then Slip "B" would be for repairs. If one is either hauling Slip "A" and "B" around together, or interchanging them regularly, one wants to be able to tell them apart. Using a Dymo labeler helps, but things could still get confused if one is in a hurry.

    The answer? Offer the slips in more than one color, say, "A" could be green, "B" could be black, or "A" could be red and "B" could be blue.
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