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Old 09-22-2013, 06:21 PM   #1
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Camper Tea Pot

Pricey, but a nifty tea pot....

Tea Pottery Touring Caravan Tea Pot: Appliances : Walmart.com

For the cat/dog lovers........

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Tea-Potter...a-Pot/21761819
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Old 09-22-2013, 06:26 PM   #2
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that is a little over the top, I'd say...
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I'd give $1 at a garage sale.
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Hey, I think they're cute! Not for me, I have enough stuff and they're certainly not practical (IMHO), but I'm betting some glampers will want them!
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Hey, I think they're cute! Not for me, I have enough stuff and they're certainly not practical (IMHO), but I'm betting some glampers will want them!
Cute Factor = free look

Hard core glamper = maybe
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Walmart Tea Pot

Really???? A tea pot for over $100 from Walmart. I don't think so. This must be the twilight zone.
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I didn't see the price!
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They're from the UK. (see the site that the door is on?).

So that means that in pounds or euros, I guess they'd be cheaper...
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Yes, most definitely from "over ome" since it's a caravan tea pot. As a Brit who loves his tea there's no way though I'd pay over $100 for a tea pot, and I thought Walmart had inexpensive goods - first time I've actually been on Walmart website.

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Thanks for sharing. They are both very cute!
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Before spending $100 on a tea-pot I would get one of these:

RV Silver Holiday Camper



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Before spending $100 on a tea-pot I would get one of these:
RV Silver Holiday Camper

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I've got one of those. I don't remember spending over $100 for it. Got it at Lowes a couple of years ago. The Santa opens and closes the door.
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Love the little caravan...but I don't drink tea. It could be made into a flower vase though...hum...
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