Did you hear that Egyptian cotton is now mostly fair trade?

Apparently they're planting it in fair rows.

Edit: Several thousand tons of mummified animals have been used as fertiliser.

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πŸ“…︎ Jul 28 2017
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I saw a sign that said "watch for children" and I thought...

..."That sounds like a fair trade."

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πŸ‘€︎ u/MacItaly
πŸ“…︎ Aug 17 2020
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I gave my partner some money and told her to go buy coffee

She said, "Fair trade."

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πŸ‘€︎ u/billbixbyakahulk
πŸ“…︎ Aug 11 2020
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There's a little known country in central Europe that is ruled by a monarchy...

Not many people are aware of its existence but I assure that it is there all the same. The king of this little land faces a lot of difficulty. He wants to make his kingdom into a sovereign nation but unfortunately they do not have the infrastructure, population, or economy to do so. In fact, this small state is only known for a single export. Thanks to their proximity to some of the finest gold and other metals in the world but total lack of an ability to process those metals on a mass scale, they have been left with only one option. You know the saying; when life hands you lemons, make lemonade. Make lemonade they did. This tiny territory is renowned for creating the highest quality watches in the world. No expense is spared and their elite group of craftsmen train for their entire lives from childhood to produce these terrific timepieces. Men of great wealth and taste have been known to trade entire fortunes for just a single one of these watches; that is how valuable they are.

The king knows this and he knows that only a small portion of his populace can ever hope to become one of the respected elite, let alone hold one of their masterpieces in their own hands. Being a very just and fair man, the king ordered the most senior watchmaker in the land to create something the likes of which had never been seen. A watch of such great craftsmanship so as to be above monetary value. The man labored long and hard for many nights to produce the king's watch. When he at last presented the completed work to his lord - in front of the entire nation, no less - he was met with thunderous applause and a warm embrace. He had done it! The king then made a shocking announcement.

"This masterpiece belongs to my people!"

When the roaring of the crowd died down he continued.

"This watch shall be a symbol of my love for all of you. Though I rule over you with supreme authority I do not wish a single one of you to feel that you do not have a voice in the ruling of this nation. From this day on let anyone who doubts my decisions or questions my judgment wear this watch and stand as my equal to voice their concerns. Should even a single one of you think me unfair or wrong in any matter then simply come to my castle and I will present you this token of good faith."

The king made good on his word and from that day on all citizens knew they held the right to challenge their king's rulings. Over time the watch became a symbol of fairness throughout the land. Anyone who wore it

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I saw a sign the other day that said " Watch for Children"

I though that was a fair trade.

(Borrowed from Demetri Martin)

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πŸ“…︎ Dec 10 2017
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My girlfriend and I were planning trips for the summer.

She is a regular attendee of the Renaissance Fair, but I have never gone. I really want to go, so she said she will take me this year. When I brought up the county fair at the end of the summer, I found out that she had never been to it. I offered to take her to that. She was all in board with that idea.

"Good," I said. "That sounds like a Fair trade to me!"

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πŸ‘€︎ u/Lunatic721
πŸ“…︎ Jun 26 2018
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I saw a sign while driving that said "Watch for Children."

Sounds like a fair trade.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/LunarAlias17
πŸ“…︎ Aug 09 2019
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Watch for children

Seems like a fair trade

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πŸ‘€︎ u/Truculent1
πŸ“…︎ Sep 03 2019
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I saw a sign that said "watch for children"...

and I thought to myself, "That sounds like a fair trade"

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πŸ“…︎ May 17 2019
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I saw a road sign the other day saying β€œwatch for children”

Sounded like a fair trade to me

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πŸ“…︎ Feb 28 2018
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