Sunday, June 09, 2013

Charmed, I'm Sure

Gay, eye-catching charms...


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EYEFUL TRIFLES

Full-color reproductions in miniature of your favorite popular brand products...cans, jars, bottles, boxes. They will set your friends to talking, asking questions, wishing they had one, too.

Use them many exciting different ways...as a necklace...as dress buttons...as chatelaines...to trim belts or beanies...to decorate sweaters or jackets.

Note the "Crisco" charm to commemorate the fun you've had at our infamous Infomaniac Crisco parties.

Time limited offer. Get one while supplies last through the Infomaniac Shopping Network.

For an extra dollar, we'll thrown in a custom-made charm created especially for YOU. What kind of charm would you request?

31 comments:

  1. such a wee can of crisco...
    who lays claim to that droplet
    of lubricant?

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    1. NORMA: The Bitch with the smallest dick.

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  2. Wow! A whole years supply of crisco!

    I'd like a free miniature copy of "life" magazine with my bracelet please MJ.

    That way... I can really "read a charmed life"... *boom boom tish*

    Thankyou... I'm here all week... Try the baby cow....

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    1. PRINNY: Could you move your drum set to the other side of the room, please?

      Do you play cowbell as well?

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  3. I can't wait to pin a Crisco on my Beanie!
    I'll be paying C.O.D.

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    1. JASON: If you’re traveling into redneck country, you might want to lose the beanie and try wearing this instead.

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  4. Oh how charming for sure! I should get one for Ms Moorecock with a charm of rope, handcuffs, a double-header and a bottle of poppers. Could that be arranged?

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    1. MISTRESS MADDIE: That’s sounding a bit busy.

      Why not offer her a secret capsule necklace where she can store her poppers … or poison.

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  5. You call it a chatelaine, I call it a cockring.

    I'd like a charm medicine cabinet, filled with little, teeny tiny prescriptions.

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  6. But there isn't an actual trifle charm.

    Unlike with this little number... (2:10 onwards if you're impatient)

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    1. MR. DeVICE: A trifle party!

      The ending looks like Mistress MJ cleaning up after a party here at Infomaniac.

      Was Robbie Williams even of legal age when that was filmed?

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    2. My favourite pornsters, Take That! I always fancied eating trifle off Mark Owen... Jx

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    3. JON: I think he's wearing a candy necklace.

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    4. I'd give him a different kind... Jx

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  7. Wonder whether Herr Schwartz would have worn one?

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    1. MAGO: Fascinating!

      I found more information and many illustrations from Schawarz’s “Book of Clothes” here.

      Danke sehr.

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    2. It was the count's private collection in the 18th century; another "push" for the collection in the 19th, and then a bit of silence; only in the last 40 years or so more activity; modernisation since the 90s, now major re-construction. I have no clue how they managed to lay hands on this book. Maybe there is a connection to the Herzog-August-Bibliothek, should be near by, but I may be wrong. (The HAB is a temple to which people interested in books of the 16th to 18th century crawl on their hands and knees ...)

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    3. MAGO: Infomaniac Bitches are accustomed to spending time on their knees.

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    4. MAGO: That's why we always keep a supply of knee pads handy here at Infomaniac.

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  8. I'd like a charm of a bottle of Tanqueray, please... Jx

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    1. JON: Why don’t we just get you a Swinger Party Glass and be done with it?

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  9. A bit small for a charivari, but a start.

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    1. MAGO: Don't forget your “Stutzen."

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