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 You are all such good sports we will have to find something else equally mysterious just to keep you on your toes.


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Anna Nielsen aka "Anna N"

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there were only three felt-bottomed ovals ?

 

did they fit on the wooden pet felt side down or felt side up ?

 

what's the name of the Thrift Shop?", BTW 

 

their seem to be a zillion Value Village stores in thew GTA

 

this one ?

 

NE Burlington

2030 Appleby Line Burlington, ON L7L 6M6

(289) 812-0247
Read more at https://stores.savers.com/on/burlington/valuevillage-thrift-store-2144.html#Zz4k76AeizFMtTmR.99

 

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1 minute ago, Kerry Beal said:

Only 3 - but could have held more.

 

vv’s in Brampton - 410 and 7

 

 

 

So whatever it is was a starter set.

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or some were missing ?

 

an intelligent local person

 

would call the VV and ask them what it was

 

local would be key

 

 

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I suppose one could email the photos to the general contact for the company and see if they respond.

Though I guess that takes the fun out of the enterprise!

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3 minutes ago, blue_dolphin said:

I suppose one could email the photos to the general contact for the company and see if they respond.

Though I guess that takes the fun out of the enterprise!

But a very good idea if we ever want to know what they are!

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I agree.

 

Fun is Fun

 

but Ive noted the Lunch Ladies should have taken more pics.

 

the Ovals Stacked  etc.

 

not that they would do something like that

 

on purpose 

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9 minutes ago, rotuts said:

I agree.

 

Fun is Fun

 

but Ive noted the Lunch Ladies should have taken more pics.

 

the Ovals Stacked  etc.

 

not that they would do something like that

 

on purpose 

This particular lunch lady thought she had done a much better job on the pictures!

 

 

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I only see one set of LL's pic

 

posted by LL @Anna N

 

Im not suggesting that LL @Anna N

 

took them

 

are their more somewhere else ?

 

I do know we   i.e. me  will be so disappointed when we know

 

How do I know this ?

 

it in a Thrift Shop

 

not on a counter of the original purchaser 

 

just saying

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2 minutes ago, rotuts said:

I only see one set of LL's pic

 

posted by LL @Anna N

 

Im not suggesting that LL @Anna N

 

took them

 

are their more somewhere else ?

 

I do know we   i.e. me  will be so disappointed when we know

 

How do I know this ?

 

it in a Thrift Shop

 

not on a counter of the original purchaser 

 

just saying

No other pics - sorry

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Apropos  :

 

if MR invoked  Red Wine

 

Im sure Id have   Fantasmagoric 

 

dreams this night

 

MR  will help me with 

 

brief vignettes 

 

why ?

 

MC will fiddle and faddle

 

and go crazy if his Breakfast 

 

is not delivered in time :

 

1/4 can of Friskies Fish Pate

 

from the refrig   Micro'd for 6 seconds

 

to take off the chill 

 

then a decent portion

 

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of his 1/3d cup of 

 

 

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candlestick faux holders

 

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@liuzhou  I was going through some  cooking videos on Facebook and found this one with our knife. It is at 1:58 And it is identical to the knife  that I bought here. 

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I think its a multi-purpose grater.      Cheese, tomato coulis, bread crumbs, what have you.    it may be one of those "jack of all trades, master of none" gadgets.

 

ETA, on our way home from the country, we pass a kitten rescue facility with fabulous thrift shop.     So several times a month, we cull such oddments from both town and weekend accumulations.     Good cause and occasional relief in cupboard space.    But we seem to "leave one, buy one" from their always fascinating stock.   


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2 hours ago, Kerry Beal said:

Found this in a drawer - can't recall what I bought it for - would like to figure out what it is before I put in the charity box.

 

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I have an old one that I have used for grating Jaggery since the 1970s.  And oddly enough, I have used it a lot for grating the very hard Mexican chocolate!

 

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Seems to be very dangerous to use to grate any hard food.

 

Not trying to be gross, but ----- is it a  Food file or foot file?

 

dcarch

 

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2 minutes ago, dcarch said:

Seems to be very dangerous to use to grate any hard food.

 

Not trying to be gross, but ----- is it a  Food file or foot file?

 

dcarch

 

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I suspect that the one I took pictures I would remove a lot more foot than callus

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Could be an antique

 

Like this.

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Anna Nielsen aka "Anna N"

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On 10/23/2019 at 10:25 AM, Anna N said:

Could be an antique

 

Like this.

My god - just the same only no rust on mine!

 

Think it's still going to a thrift store. I like my knuckles just too much. 

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