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Salt and Pepper Shakers I'll Never Use

Aren’t salt and pepper shakers supposed to improve the taste of food? Then why is it that so many of them are in such poor taste?

Breast Salt and Pepper Shakers - I stare at wonder at the "perkiness" of these breasts, and am rendered speechless at the utter tastelessness of the entire object. >> more

Billy Kan, Billy Kan't - Who are these two naked people, these two chaps named Billy, sitting on chamberpots? What is it that the one Billy can do, that the other can't? >> more

You and Your "Once More for Old Time's Sake" Salt and Pepper Shakers - Grandma's got something in the oven, and it's not cookies for the grandchildren. >> more

Outhouse Salt and Pepper Shakers - Not just any set of outhouse salt and pepper shakers qualifies as a tacky treasure. When they come with helpful instructions such as "Fill-er up with P" and "Fill-er up with S," then they go beyond your usual outhouse cliché. >> more

Prayer ToasterPrayer Toaster Salt and Pepper Shakers - This set is in the form of a toaster, with two slices of bread acting as the shakers. The front of the toaster says, “Give us this Day our Daily Bread.” >> more

Outhouse Salt and Pepper Shakers - Here’s just another set of salt and pepper shakers that make you ask, “WTF?”  They are a pair of skulls mounted on a lovely ceramic base decorated with roses. >> more

Before and After Wedding Salt and Pepper Shakers - This pair of salt and pepper shakers embodies a negative stereotype of older married couples.  And yet, with a twist of the wrist, I was able to use them to demonstrate another negative stereotype entirely. >> more

Mount St. Helen's Salt and Pepper Shakers - This salt and pepper shaker set attempts to commemorate the natural disaster that was the eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980. >> more

Before and After Wedding Salt and Pepper Shakers - This pair of salt and pepper shakers embodies a negative stereotype of older married couples.  And yet, with a twist of the wrist, I was able to use them to demonstrate another negative stereotype entirely. >> more

Butt Cheeks Salt and Pepper Shakers - What’s thong with this picture? This set of salt and pepper shakers with the removable butt cheeks is a souvenir of Rehoboth Beach. >> more

How to Shoot for GlamourSkull Salt and Pepper Shakers - These large shakers would be useful for a large event. But your guests probably wouldn't notice that as they recoil in horror at the way they are being displayed. >> more

MORE SALT AND PEPPER SHAKERS - Haven't had enough? >> more


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