Floppy Disk Sticky Notes
A throwback to a whimsical time
- Why does ThinkGeek have floppy disks?
- Didn't those go out of style years ago?
- Oh wait... they're STICKY NOTES? SWEET
Looking back, it seems like it was ages ago when we used floppy disks. AGES! We remember tracking down Carmen Sandiego and using Print Shop to make our very own greeting cards (and creating bylines on the back from our very own greeting card company - so radical, dude!). Print Shop took TWO floppy disks, one in Drive A for the program and one in Drive B for all the sweet pixelated artwork. It was a crazy operation. Then there was that disk Dad labeled "WORK FILES" which was really Leisure Suit Larry. It even had a very hilarious test to check whether you were a real grown-up. Being geeklings, we easily passed. (Also being geeklings, we also didn't get the majority of the dirty jokes.)
But these... these aren't floppy disks. They look just like floppy disks, but they're really cleverly disguised sticky notes. Just like in the old days, you can write your notes on the handy dandy lines on the label. Just don't forget that they're just paper and not actual disks. You can't store more than a few lines of text or a small doodle on these. (Almost like a real 3.5" floppy!) But the sheer retro-awesome of these floppies makes up for their lack of storage capacity, don't you think?
- Ditch your boring yellow sticky notes for floppy disks
- Looks exactly like a 3.5" floppy disk from the good ol' days
- Do not stick this floppy disk into any sort of drive or orifice
- Really, we mean it. It's a sticky note pad
- Write your awesome notes on the "label" of the disk, then stick
- Comes as a 3-pack of floppy disks notepads, in assorted colors