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(New page: Invented by artists as a way to promote their work, '''droplifting''' is the practice of secretly ''leaving'' items at a shop (- as a pun on ''shoplifting'', the ''taking'' of items from s...)
 
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Invented by artists as a way to promote their work, '''droplifting''' is the practice of secretly ''leaving'' items at a shop (- as a pun on ''shoplifting'', the ''taking'' of items from shops), abusing the temples of profit and consumerism for the purpose of sharing.
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'''Droplifting''' (also ''reverse shoplifting'', ''shopdropping'') is the practice of secretly ''leaving'' items at a shop (- as a pun on ''shoplifting'', the ''taking'' of items from shops), abusing the temples of profit and consumerism for sharing.
  
 
Sometimes, for some people [[bookcrossing]] involves similar practices...
 
Sometimes, for some people [[bookcrossing]] involves similar practices...
  
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
* [http://droplift.org/ droplift.org]
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* [http://droplift.org/guide.html Droplift Guide]
** [http://droplift.org/guide.html Droplift Guide]
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* [http://shopdropping.net/ shopdropping.net]-->
  
  
 
[[Category:Practice of Sharing]]
 
[[Category:Practice of Sharing]]

Revision as of 02:51, 2 December 2008

Droplifting (also reverse shoplifting, shopdropping) is the practice of secretly leaving items at a shop (- as a pun on shoplifting, the taking of items from shops), abusing the temples of profit and consumerism for sharing.

Sometimes, for some people bookcrossing involves similar practices...

External links