Picture it, chocolates coming off of the Mobius conveyer with Ethel and Lucy manning the packing stations at the chocolate factory.
What is a Mobius Strip well The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 says the following:
Mobius strip \Mo"bi*us strip`\, Mobius strip \M["o]"bi*us
strip`\, Moebius strip \Moe"bi*us strip`\, n. [From August F. M["o]bius, a German mathematician.]
A mathematical object, or a physical representation of it, which is a two-dimensional sheet with only one surface. It is constructed or visualized as a rectangle, one end of which is held fixed while the opposite end is twisted through a 180 degree angle and joined to the fixed end. It is a two-dimensional object that can only exist in a three-dimensional space.
The moebius strip was the subject of a famous woodcut by M. Escher, published in 1963.
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