Here is something from the mid-1990's, while I worked in print shops...the underlined words were commonly used in offset printing back then...
Yes, Inkslinger has the best inkstinks (sic) of any printing-press operator that I know!
He has a nose for pressing problems and always keeps impressing customers under covers. Occasionally he serves up an untasty looking plate, but he manages to improve his image before it hits the sheets. Rumor has it that he wields a knife around the stock and Holyrollers are reportedly boycotting his negative imagery.
Inkslinger claims that it all comes out positive when reaches the delivery. But this positive imagery was damaged the day he stood under the ink fountain, threatening to shed his blanket.
Stripping never held his interest though, so he went back to his flat and continues to this day to impress all customers (although his fellow workers see through his tacky, transparent image). He glosses over their opinions, saying that he truly is the color and impact of the entire printing industry.
His co-workers thin-caliper vanishes in the wash as he exclaims, "Besides you're chemistry is unbalanced--emulsified as far as I'm concerned!"
Inkslinger truly has inkstinks, you can smell him from anywhere in the shop.