This wonky space for one's two cents recalls the concept of a "sideways opinion." As agony aunt Victoria Coren Mitchell has noted, "In social situations, if you ask a question, make it one of opinion — but a sideways opinion to which they shouldn't have a pat answer. For example: 'That man over there — would you like him more or less if he were wearing a hat?' or 'Do you think an agony aunt can ever actually solve a problem?'" (GQ, April 22, 1015). Our image is from D. M. Ferry & Co.'s 1921 seed catalog. It was scanned sideways by the Internet Archive. Meanwhile, Collectors Weekly has a fun collection of postage stamps with inverted colors, overprints, and center inverts.