Denny’s 2012 Summer Adventures in Allee Willis’ “Willis Wonderland” – part 31

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Submitted by denny October 10th, 2012
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Allee has the most amazing collection of “Julia” memorabilia.

Poodle nail files, just what we all need.

I’d probably end up choking myself if I tried ot use this product.  (if I wore dresses that is….)

I don’t know what this is but I like it.

4 Responses to “Denny’s 2012 Summer Adventures in Allee Willis’ “Willis Wonderland” – part 31”

  1. Allee Willis

    Allee Willis

    I have almost every Julia artifact made.

    One can never have too many poodle nail files. A lifetime supply of these would get me to stop biting my nails.

    The Clip N Zip Is an infomercial product I had to have, especially when mark downed and only $.99. I tried it once but had no luck clipping or zipping.

    The Rock ‘n Roll Stage Planks is a 1950s candy bar wrapper

  2. BRBill

    BRBill

    Rock N Roll Stage Planks has to be from later than the 50s, it’s got a bar code on it. The 10cent price is what throws me though. I don’t recall eating any of these but do think i’ve seen them before. I want to say it’s ginger bread or graham cracker-like.
    I am familiar with Jack’s though, i’ve eaten a ton of their vanilla wafers. I thought Jack’s was a local thing to Louisiana but i could be wrong, maybe it’s southern, can’t read the writing on the wrapper….

  3. Planet Joan

    Planet Joan

    My Mother bought my son Jack’s vanilla wafers- because his name is Jack. I only found them in the south (or at least not in New England). I have seen some Stage Planks in the local stores here in the South, but they were not the Rock n’ Roll style. My Mother bought the banana flavor for her brother who likes them.