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April 12, 2024

Salt-N-Pepa Shakers


These take me back to when I had a salt & pepper shaker jones and featured them regularly here.

They were created by Addie Gartland of Keansburg, New Jersey who wrote, "Finally, an easy way to tell the salt from the pepper. I can't tell you how many times I've grabbed for the pepper, given it a shake, and was like, 'What the hell is this white stuff?! Sugar!? Oh! It's the salt.' Now if Pepa was there all like, 'It's me you want. Ah, push it,' I would have enjoyed many a meal more."

More: "Now the confusion is over for you too! Each salt and pepper shaker stands 3.75" tall and 1.5" wide. These are glass shakers with stainless steel tops. These are my own illustrations, digitally cut out of vinyl and applied by yours truly."


Alas, once upon a time for sale on Etsy but now sold out.

I suppose you could make your own if you've got nothing better to do.

Wait a sec โ€” what's that song I'm hearing? 

Yeah, Mike โ€” I'm talkin' to YOU!

April 12, 2024 at 04:01 PM | Permalink


While not my taste in music I know that one. ;)
But I like this much better, even if it is not quite as descriptive.

Posted by: Mike | Apr 13, 2024 10:23:59 AM

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