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Midge distributors W.A. Pure Cotton. Hand Printed.
Today's vintage crying tea towel is my favourite of the two (and not just because I love that combo of red, aqua and yellow) it harks back to another era when people actually thought this sort of stuff was funny.
Side splitting? No. It does make me smile though, you?
(although I bet people of my Grand-parents vintage would've had a good chuckle)
Sweetly amusing and reminiscent of simpler times? Absolutely.
(and some things never change as far as fishermen and their tall stories are concerned, do they?)
Here's a link to last week's tea towel in case you missed it first time around, or want another look-see to compare. I'm afraid you'll have to scroll all the way to the end because I plonked it without any fanfare, at the end of my post.
(which isn't fair really...tea towels should have a starring role here on Tuesdays. Even those I'm not mad about)
Which do you like best? It'll be interesting to read your comments...
Btw, there's a vintage Crying Towel out there to suit every occasion...
via (nice tea towels here too)
* A crying towel is a "figurative towel for wiping tears of a self pitying individual" via
(but, of course, you already know that. I was just surprised to find a definition...)