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I find these fairly amusing actually.
However, I could think of absolutely no situation that I would ever fathom even thinking of using them.
woot's a hoot.
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YaWn! I got out of bed to check Woot. I bought 3 of these for my longtime wife. I know she loves Mason Jars when we have company for beer so she'll love these too. I don't want them to sell out.
I'll have the wife look at the TV for the MBR in the morn with me. Any information on it? 32" Toshiba LED is too small in a 28 footlong by 20 foot wide bedroom. Rediculous because I can't see it and I'm closer to the TV then she is.
Back to the princess and the pea bed. Showing my age with bedtime stories my elderly Mother use to tell me n my sister. Goodnite fellow wooters. Spend some money for me. Haaaaaa,.....
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wolfchik wrote:wow. coincidence? i just saw these Last Night at my local Dollar Tree... $4 gets you 2 canning jars and 2 candlesticks... just add epoxy and you're done!
Deal? not so much.
I was just thinking that exact same thing!
over 40 shirt.woots (and an apron), and I don't have a thing to wear...
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With the screw caps, you could always fashion a nice lid and maybe a straw holder (I'm thinking parchment or wax paper for one use or some kind of fabric for reusable). This would keep out bugs if you were outside and had any time of drink that attracted them (ok, let's face it that's pretty much every drink).
I bet you could make these into fancy redneck candles too - make a candle inside the jar
forever fighting the urge to buy something just because it is cheap and cool...wait, it's cheap and cool, let me click that big yellow button!