Note to UPS.
Did you NOT see the big red and white sticker on the side of the package?
Wikipedia:-------> F-R-A-G-I-L-E <-------
Fragile, something of a delicate nature and/or easily broken,damaged. Vulnerable.
This does not mean you get to play sorting room soccer or loading dock rugby with said item. Likewise using the box to prop up your feet, heavier packages, or the rear axle of your Buster Brown truck.
Luckily, the neon pink Styrofoam packing peanuts seem to have protected the contents. Also, lucky, the contents did not, in fact, succumb to fragility. Otherwise you would have had great gobs of multicolored relief and etching ink squashed all over the guts of your nice, clean vehicle.
Secondary rant: I am seriously reconsidering ordering anything from places that use static electricity charged Styrofoam packing peanuts. I put my hand in the box to dig for my order, and my arm emerged coated in pink peanuts. I'm still picking pink foam fragments off my clothes 6 hours later. Not to mention I had to pull them out by the handful because the small items I ordered were floating free in the box full of static electricity. In Wyoming. In the dry winter. Go ahead, try and find an unsecured etching needle in a foam peanut haystack without excessive use of several four letter words. I dare you.
To make matters worse I came back after securing my inks and new brayer to find Anubis inside the box. Which was still half full of the evil packing material. Black cat, pink peanuts, full static charge. He didn't bolt until he saw me coming with the camera. Sorry, my digital is not quick enough to capture the ensuing chaos.
All I have to say is, this better be some darn good ink.