Maybe the extra quotes cancel out the extra hyphen? Two wrongs make a right eh?
I love the Microsoft Word Art arrow there. When I put things in bins, I put them in any old how. Upside down, or upside up, it's all the same to me!
I so tired not to say it, but you need to "place it" upside down ... without the "it" you're still the subject ... and how you plan to place (you) "up-side down" is beyond me. **slaps his own hand for being ... an ... well ... sorry?**
Short for "upside-down cake" maybe? I'm sure the folks at the doctor's office could use a cut in their sugar intake.
or maybe they mean with the header at the bottom, topsy-turvy! it's a crazy new way to place paper somewhere!
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