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Just like that one. Omg. That was discuting.Some guy took a picture of a table he put on ebay and you had to look what was wrong with the picture. scrolled down and it said look at mirror. and the guy was nude..ugh so wrong.Ok but anyone know who made the amazing stapler>[/quoteI thought that was the funniest thing...can you imaging clicking a pic for ebay to sell a table and not realizing you have inadvertantly caught your own naked image in a mirror on the wall behind he table! Definitely a man selling the table, or at least taking the picture.Very very funny! made me laugh so hard!!!
Anyways, after a bit of reserch( ), I found that the first stapler in history was in 18th century, France. It was made for King Louis XV. ?Staples for the fastener were manufactured by the P.N. Mfg Co. in several sizes: 3/16 inches, ¼ inches, 3/8 inches, and ½ inches.The stapler as we use it today was invented by John Munford in the mid 20th century, an Englishman who sold it to his employer for a small profit and was never officially recognized for his creation.