Mundane Monday #10

As promised in last week’s MMC, here’s the 19th century refrigerator.

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It might not be a double door or freezer-fridge convertible one, but it’s cute, isn’t it?

Who wants ice cream?? πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

 

Post submitted for Mundane Monday Challenge.

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34 thoughts on “Mundane Monday #10

    1. I don’t remember seeing any plug point. The tray below was used to collect dripping water so most probably it ran on electricity. This place was called Alvarez house, one of the most famous lawyer’s house. They had a lot of stuff on display – hat stands, ovens, utensils, radio (vacuum tube ones, wooden toys and many more.

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      1. I used to bring wooden toys back from India when I worked with kids and they so loved them … would give them away and for years could get more … then suddenly India went plastic on me 😦

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      2. There are places where wooden toys are still available. There’s one place near Bangalore, called chennapora which is famous for wooden toys.
        But you are right, many prefer plastic toys. Hardly anybody buys wooden toys these days.

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      3. Yes but when I first went there there was only wooden toys … progress? No kids around these days or I’d ask for a care package … lol

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    1. Goa.πŸ˜€ There’s a place called loutolim – a famous lawyer’s by name Alvarez, his house is converted to a museum sorts. All his items, including his coat, specs, ink and all house items are on display πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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      1. You’re welcome, doctor ji πŸ™‚
        Btw, no mundane Monday today? We can post it even if Jithin doesn’t post the prompt right? πŸ€” I had scheduled this post so I went ahead with it. πŸ™‚

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      1. Just googled πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ both mean the same. Dhanyavad is derived from Sanskrit while shukriya from Arabic. Both mean thank you.

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