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Nov 13, 2012 A stamp is easy to put on backwards so another person viewing it will probably assume it was a honest mistake.
An actual flag hanging upside down is quite a different story since it was not likely to be done by mistake, and took much more effort.
I always understood that putting a stamp on upside down meant I love you.
I heard (while I was in France) that putting the stamp on side-ways meant the same thing.
I always put the stamp on upside-down when sending my taxes to the IRS, or sometimes.