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Brooklynese Kitchenware

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Before the hipster invasion, Brooklynites were known for having a way of speaking that wasn’t characterized by aloofness and cryptic irony. Those from Manhattan’s little brother were known for a bit of an accent that seemingly had a hard time ending any word with an “r.” As an ode to those fine folks, there are these Brooklynese Kitchenware pieces. Now you can fill your “cawfee” mug every morning and and add a scoop of “shuguh” and hint of “creamuh.” Maybe have a hard boiled egg with a dash of “sawlt & peppa” and some toast slathered in “buttah.” The ceramic pieces are available individually or a set, and are styled in simple black & white. Maybe it will remind you of grandma’s place in Brooklyn before she sold it to a guy who makes organic beard oil.

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