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January 23, 2010


C. Dianne Zweig

Sandy from 521 lake Street said to come visit you. So glad i did...fun fun fun....hope you will stop by....Dianne


Don't you wonder why they chose to manufacture the snake in pink in the first place? I'd kind of like to have seen the brain process behind that decision - Kathy


I have to agree with you on the pink snake, but that's a strange color for a tool. I look forward to seeing what you do with it.

Did any of those poker chips happen to have Scotties on them? I keep looking for them when I go to flea markets and auctions but so far no luck.

Have a great day.

Shelley G in Iowa

Very unusual item! Makes you go hmmmm. Were they trying to appeal to the Rosie the Riveters out there? Glad you are still finding items, at least somebody is still finding goodies!


I think it's awesome your husband knew exactly what it was! Your finds always inspire me to get out there and find some great sales!


That pink snake looks like a good base for a Feather tree for Valentine's Day or Easter. Whatever you do with it - I know it will be fantastic!


Only you could turn a trip to the mall into thrifting. Cool finds. I'm totally amazed that at one time they actually made a drain snake in pink? Must have been re-painted - right? Love it.

Into Vintage

I wonder if the ad the for pink snake read '"Even the yuckiest jobs are better when done with something pink."

Is this the start of a new collection?! -amy

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