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May 04, 2010


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simpaticissimi!! ^______^


Great gadgets for the kitchen.

Simona Carini

Ciao Astro. Si', sono proprio simpatici. Mi piacciono le cose colorate e allegre.

They are indeed, Ivy.


Fun gadgets!


They are indeed cuties. I laugh now when I remember that I couldn't figure them out the first time. :)


Very cute! I like them! ;-)


Simona Carini

They are, Joumana.

Ciao Christine. I did my figuring out, when I took them out of the box after getting them.

Glad you do, Paz.


Too funny!


Sono deliziosi!
Ciao :))

Simona Carini

They are funny, indeed, Lisa.

Ciao Lenny. Mi fa piacere che ti piacciano. Sono molto allegri.


Yup - I can see the CH4 resemblance! They are cute, and they sound pretty efficient too.

Simona Carini

Hi Alicia: I told my husband that you agree with him. Glad you like them.


these are daring and apparently, very useful! I have a friend who collects salt and pepper shakers who would adore these!

Simona Carini

Ciao Jann. I can see the fascination with salt & pepper shakers: I am sure your friend's collection is adorable.


I think they're cute Simona!


Simpatici davvero!
Why is it that in Italy even the most simple things have style?

Simona Carini

Thanks, Marie.

Ciao Merisi. Italians certainly are sensitive to the design of things.

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