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These are all of comments I've made about all the beautiful Kitsch in the Kitschenette Wing of the AWMoK:


 

Allee Willis’ Kitsch O’ The Day – All Aboard THE WIENERMOBILE!!! – Part 2

  1. transister sistor says:

    oh how sad it's gone. I live in San Francisco & haven't been down there for awhile (obviously!)

    At least I have a Tail O' The Pup photo. And Randy's Donuts. Is that still there?

  2. transister sistor says:

    No, not Pink's. It's called Tail Of The Pup!

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/65359853@N00/5775309981/

  3. transister sistor says:

    Sigh! How fun.Loved the photos- the clown from the liquor store atop the Weinermobile was priceless! I am surprised that you didn't go to take photos at that hot dog place that looks like a hotdog in Hollywood- is it called Pink's?

    Luv you & your world, Allee!

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Hippie & Flower Child “Let’s Toast Peace” Liquor Bottles

  1. transister sistor says:

    I had both of these decanters. I received them as a gift from my friend, who found this huge warehouse of vintage novelty decanters & ceramic figures in Iowa one summer, when took her kids on a driving tour of America. I loved them both. I lost almost all of my kitsch treasures & special items (whose main value was their uniqueness & sentimental value) when I rented a room from a girl I found on Craigslist. She turned out to have a new boyfriend who was horrible. He was so crazy & insecure, and he convinced himself that I was a threat to their relationship and blamed my "influence" whenever she would disagree with him. He drove me crazy until I moved out 2 weeks later. She felt bad, and told me that I could store my unpacked boxes of belongings in her garage (while I looked for someplace else to live) for up to 2 months. The stuff didn't even last 2 weeks down there before this boyfriend of hers took most of it away to the dump one day while she was at work, unbeknownst to me. I found out when I found a guy with a van to help me move it, about 2 weeks later. The boxes which were thrown away were all marked as containing "A Few Of My Favorite Things" & "Stuff That Makes Me Happy." Nice, huh? I wish I was mentally stronger and that I knew about The Judge Joe Brown Show or something back then, cause that guy was so wrong & evil. I am still appalled, and would love to find him and take my revenge (and I am a totally peaceful kind of gal, really!), over six years later.

    Anyway, here is the comment I meant to leave (before I got sidetracked with rage): My Hippie man decanter didn't have the terrible skin condition on his face

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