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Cheater Alert: Editable Bottle Label Cheat Sheet

by Hazel Chua
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Water bottles are basically banned in most exams I’ve taken, and it’s easy to see why. Students can get so creative at cheating that even a pen itself can be used for that purpose. Case in point? The White Weasel’s editable and printable Aquafina label that lets students create cheat sheets that look like water bottle labels.

water_weasel_fake_label

The only challenge is finding a printer that can print this stuff on shiny plastic. It’ll look way suspicious if you showed up to the test with a water bottle wrapped in printed paper, don’t you think? Especially if you keep staring at it during the duration of the test. Now that’s a dead giveaway.

fake_water_label

But all kidding aside, we don’t condone cheating in any way, so if you do have a test coming up, get off the Internet and crack those books open. Your future self will thank you for it.

[via Geekologie]




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Comments (1):

  1. none says:

    too bad when you click on the link for the actual label to type in it says AQUFINA lol niiice

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