Scotch tape

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A roll of Scotch tape.

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Reportedly a reference to the stereotypical tendency of the Scottish towards thrift, due to cutting of corners with the product initially produced.

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Scotch tape

  1. (US, originally a trademark, now used generically) transparent or translucent pressure-sensitive adhesive tape, used for sealing items together, especially paper.

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