get_results($sql); if (count($rs)<1) // not yet added { $sql="insert into island_like (user_id, post_id, date_added) values (\"".mysql_real_escape_string($uid)."\", \"".mysql_real_escape_string(get_the_ID())."\", NOW());"; $rs = $wpdb->get_results($sql); } } elseif (!empty($_REQUEST['remove_like']) && !empty( $uid)) { // unset here $sql="delete from island_like where user_id=\"".mysql_real_escape_string($uid)."\" and post_id=\"".mysql_real_escape_string(get_the_ID())."\";"; $rs = $wpdb->get_results($sql); } /* $sql="select U.display_name, U.user_nicename, U.id as uid, if(U.id=\"".mysql_real_escape_string($uid)."\",1,0) as is_current, if (U.id=19, 1,0) as is_allee ". "from island_like as L, wp_users as U ". "where L.post_id=\"".mysql_real_escape_string(get_the_ID())."\" ". "and U.ID=L.user_id ". "order by is_current DESC, is_allee DESC, date_added DESC;"; $jealous_rs = $wpdb->get_results($sql); $user_is_jealous=0; if (count($jealous_rs)>0) { if ($jealous_rs[0]->uid==$uid) { $user_is_jealous=1; } }*/ ?>

Denny’s Adventures in Allee Willis’ “Willis Wonderland” (Part 71 – August 2010)

Submitted by denny November 30th, 2010
slug=='certifikitsch-winners') { $is_award=1; } if ($cat->slug=='classique-d-camembert-winners') { $is_gold_award=1; } if ($cat->slug=='love-is-in-the-hair-award-winners') { $is_hair=1; } } // true added because this table will now always exist - jealous button if ($is_award || $is_gold_award || $is_hair || true) { $admin_email_pop_coa=$admin_email_pop_cdc=$admin_email_pop_liith=""; if ( current_user_can('level_10') ) { $now=gmdate("Y-m-d H:i:s"); $key=sha1("A".$now."B"); $the_title=single_post_title("", false); ?> Send Certifikitsch Confirmation Email to: ".get_the_author_meta('display_name').""; $admin_email_pop_cdc="
Send Classique d' Camembert Confirmation Email to: ".get_the_author_meta('display_name').""; $admin_email_pop_liith="
Send Love Is In The Hair Confirmation Email to: ".get_the_author_meta('display_name').""; } echo "
"; if ($is_award) { echo ''; echo 'Certifikitsch Winner'.$admin_email_pop_coa; } if ($is_gold_award) { echo ''; echo 'Classique d Camembert'.$admin_email_pop_cdc; } if ($is_hair) { echo ''; echo 'Love Is In The Hair'.$admin_email_pop_liith; } /* if (empty($uid)) { $str="Click if you\\'re Jealous!
(You must be logged in to be Jealous.)"; } elseif ($user_is_jealous) { $str="You are Jealous of this Kitsch!"; } else { $str="Click if you\\'re Jealous!"; } if (empty($uid)) { echo 'Jealous'; } elseif ($user_is_jealous) { echo 'Jealous'; } else { echo 'Jealous'; } if (count($jealous_rs)>0) { echo "(".count($jealous_rs).")"; } */ echo "
\n\n"; } ?>

Plastic snack plates.

I have no idea if these glasses are supposed to go with these snack trays?

All of the items in this post are hanging out in close proximity of each other.

Plastic food.

3 Responses to “Denny’s Adventures in Allee Willis’ “Willis Wonderland” (Part 71 – August 2010)”

  1. Allee Willis

    The snack plates are great and I have hundreds of them that I’ve collected over the years. A glass slips into a compartment in the middle and you lay all your little snacks around it, mid glass height. You grip the plate where the glass slips through on the bottom.

    The plastic glitter glasses in the second photo weren’t meant to go with the snack trays but they do look excellent sitting in them.

    There’s a third ceramic bagel missing from the stack of two you have in the fourth photo. The two I have are both for pepper. Makes no sense that there would only be one salt bagel but there’s not room for two more on the little pole.

    The sweet roll and chocolate glazed donut in the next photo look completely real in person. I can’t tell you how many people have picked them up and tried to take a bite.

    You can read more about the chuckwagon salt-and-pepper shaker here: https://www.alleewillis.com/blog/2010/07/14/allee-willis-kitsch-o-the-day-–-misnamed-chuck-wagon-airstream-combination-salt-pepper-shaker/

  2. Nessa

    I have never seen snack plates like those. They are really neat! It’s funny how certain things seem to accumulate in one part of the country but not another. I think the black plates look kind of like records stacked up on the type of player that plays multiple discs.