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Things You Can't Live Without

Every so often you find things that no one else has. I came across these gems the other day ... Check them out:


For the man who has everything ... including alcoholism.





Comforting fake hands ... what every baby craves.

 

Toilet Butler Face ... because ... because ... who the hell knows?




My favorite ... Psycho shower curtain ... wonder if it comes with the soundtrack.

 


Son of Butler Toilet Face ... because ... oh just because!

Comments

Gillian said…
love the first one. I need to find one of those...
Joel Momberg said…
@Gillian .... I'm with ya!
Bossy Betty said…
I need to find some of those fake hands. Perfect for Mother's Day!
kcl said…
I have one of those first ones. What I can't live without---another Esther story
Joel Momberg said…
@Betty ....... I agree. Maybe they are molds of grandma hands for those who live out of town.

@kcl ...... Spoken like a fellow wino ... Esther stories usually require a bottle of wine or ten. LOL
Chrissy said…
Those fake hands are the most frightening thing I've ever seen!
Ally said…
Don't laugh, my hubs actually had that wine thing for beer when he goes to beer festivals. Swear to gawd! Ha ha!

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Joel Momberg said…
@ Chrissy ... Pretty scary stuff huh? Wait til that kid grows up and his mommy shows him pictures.

@Ally ... LOL. My kinda guy!
Shawn said…
I don't think I could take a shower with that curtain. I'm always half-thinking about that anyway. One day I'm going to go ahead and bury Grandma's body and get rid of that nagging fear.
Joel Momberg said…
@Shawn .... LOL Be sure to bury her hands too ... they're freaking out the baby.

Joel

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