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Thursday, December 20, 2007

My trendy teakettle

Every now and then I think about getting a new teakettle. My old Revere workhorse was, I think, an engagement present. That means it's been around since 1963. Not that there's anything wrong with it. But surely it must convey a message of old fogeyishness, unhipness, unwillingness to change, keep up with the times. So I see that apartmenttherapy.com, that hipper than hip source of design advice for youngsters, has done a teakettle survey and rated the best of the best. Eagerly I turn to the results. What's number #1? Don't ask! Guess I'll hang on to it a while longer.


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