Adventures in Toot Town.

Ok you lovely lumps - here is some Toot.
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A nice souvenir bag that looks and feels a bit like a rag rug.
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A handsome dustpan and brush - so you can be dead authentic even when you're on your knees scrabbling at dust bunnies.
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A swirly cutlery tray - I really like it. When Mum spotted it in my box of stuff she was like BLEURGH!
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Handsome bookends. On a similar swirly, whirly theme.
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Modern, sleek bookends that can be used together or . . . 
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. . . individually. You can roll out the curl of metal and grip the books with it - dead smart.
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A nice lino print.
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A mangy horse made of real mangy horse hide.
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A stonkin' bakelite bracelet.
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Saucers in nice patterns - would look good under a lush and healthy pot plant (I haven't got many of those at the moment).
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An espresso machine. 
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Some Victorian playing cards - such nice designs.
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Some WW1 lead toys - poor spindly folk heading off to war.
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A large wall-mounted mouth.
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A mug with ears.
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And some scientific posters that are made of whiteboard material, I thought they'd be pretty fun to have in the kitchen to write your shopping lists on.
Phewf! There you have it. I'm off to work in the shop and today and I'm expecting a visit from a chum who is due to have a baby any minute now (maybe we'll have the most tasteful birth session ever, straddling an Ernest Race) and a person named Lion.
So that's nice.

4 comments:

  1. Oh that horse! Makes me want to give it a cuddle, and throw up, at the same time...

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  2. some mothers have no taste whatsoever eh?

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  3. I had those curly bookends as a child - I think they were my Mum's originally. Ingenious.

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