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Cook enjoying a cuppa! c.1936   Good Morning! Uh oh! I am out of PJ Tips! Guess I have to dig into my fancy, special occasion, loose black tea with rosebuds! Oh well! Everyday should be a special occasion!  How are you starting your wednesday?

Photo: A bedmaker enjoys a cup of tea at Cambridge University, England, [from 'Picture Post Britain' by Gavin Weightman]

Vintage Coca-Cola Vending Machines...always wanted one of these.

these just made soda pop taste better and seem colder! (Classic round-top, two-tone, Vendo 81 Coke machine. Insert 10 cents and the "Have a Coke" insignia lights up.

Swanky Swigs:  "Swanky Swigs were made primarily from the 1930s to 1950s.  They are juice or small drinking glasses that are purchased containing food products.  They were introduced by Kraft Food Company for cheese spread, but were also used for jelly, peanut butter, Miracle Whip and other food products."

Swanky Swigs: "Swanky Swigs were made primarily from the to They are juice or small drinking glasses that are purchased containing food products. They were introduced by Kraft Food Company for cheese spread

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