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TR808
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Tue Dec-16-14 10:50 AM

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"That Big Fork and Spoon on the Wall in the Kitchen"


  

          


Check in if you grew up in a house with them joints on the wall.

Every black house i ever went to growing up had these some bigger and some smaller...

You take the blue pill, the story ends. You wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill, you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes.

  

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That Big Fork and Spoon on the Wall in the Kitchen [View all] , TR808, Tue Dec-16-14 10:50 AM
 
Subject Author Message Date ID
Basement
Dec 16th 2014
1
my house ain't have it but my grandmoms did.
Dec 16th 2014
2
*gets in this line*
Dec 16th 2014
4
Grandma...and Auntie (Gradma's sister)
Dec 16th 2014
5
RE: That Big Fork and Spoon on the Wall in the Kitchen
Dec 16th 2014
3
living room near the big wicker chair
Dec 16th 2014
6
#OPS
Dec 16th 2014
7
Yup, in the kitchen
Dec 16th 2014
8
wooden, ceramic, glass, and plastic fruit all in the same bowl... LOL!
Dec 16th 2014
9
yep
Dec 16th 2014
10
RE: That Big Fork and Spoon were used as beating tools
Dec 16th 2014
11
Filipinos have em too.
Dec 16th 2014
12
Yes and in my house they had a dual purpose.
Dec 16th 2014
13
you prolly got a beating for breaking the fork too lol
Dec 16th 2014
19
      how did you get whooped with those? I remember them being kid size.
Dec 17th 2014
37
I can't even tell you where they came from
Dec 16th 2014
14
yes
Dec 16th 2014
15
Next to the velvet paintings of the naked black chick with the Afro
Dec 16th 2014
16
RE: Next to the velvet paintings of the naked black chick with the Afro
Dec 17th 2014
30
Still have one. Passed down from my grandparents...
Dec 16th 2014
17
Mill St.! LOL
Dec 16th 2014
18
i...put them up (.. )
Dec 16th 2014
20
Yup, in the Kitchen.
Dec 16th 2014
21
grandma AND great-grandma
Dec 16th 2014
22
What about Indian Money Blessing Spray?
Dec 16th 2014
23
*checks calendar* it's time for this post again already?
Dec 16th 2014
24
check..and I see your fork n spoon w/ lazy susan
Dec 16th 2014
25
along with the mineral oil rain lamp hangin off in the corner.
Dec 17th 2014
26
I ain't even grow up in this country and yes.
Dec 17th 2014
27
RE: I ain't even grow up in this country and yes.
Dec 17th 2014
31
yup had those and those round blue tins that the danish cookies came in
Dec 17th 2014
28
My aunt is the only person I ever saw buy Royal Dansk
Dec 17th 2014
29
      Lol yup....sewing tin for my mom as well.
Dec 17th 2014
33
           My mom's sewing tin said Currier and Ives. Also blue.
Dec 17th 2014
34
                Sad...weed was kept in our blue tins. Shout out to Royal Dansk tho
Dec 17th 2014
35
                     Anybody remember Katydids???
Dec 17th 2014
36
                          Son. My mom put me on to all the shnax.
Dec 17th 2014
38
custom plastic over the couches...
Dec 17th 2014
32

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