As if both of us being capable of enjoying chicken songs weren't enough, it just so happens that The-Guy-Who-Knows-A-Song-About-A-Chicken has the same exact salt and pepper shakers that I used to have! His are way more animated than mine ever were though.
Look, here his are standing around looking surprised as salt shakers are apt to do. Mine did that. It's fairly common in the salt shaker community:These guys come from the MoMA. They hug and look adorable on your counter and stuff. Mine hugged a lot on the counter just like his:This morning though, I noticed that The-Guy-Who-Knows-A-Song-About-A-Chicken's salt shaker had PUKED on his pepper shaker!I never, EVER noticed my salt shakers puking on each other, and if they did, they certainly cleaned up the evidence before I woke up!
As if that weren't indecent enough, The-Guy-Who-Knows-A-Song-About-A-Chicken and the salt shakers apparently had some fun while I wasn't looking, so that I was surprised to find these pictures in my email:I would like to assure you that most salt shakers are much more modest and would never find find themselves with pictures published on the internet of themselves in compromising positions. I would like too, but the truth of the matter is that I have limited experience when it comes to the morals and values of salt and pepper shakers.
I might recommend having a little chat with ALL your kitchen utensils and make sure they are aware of dangers of their indiscretions being exposed on the internet this way. In fact, I believe these very salt and pepper shakers had aspirations of shaking salt and pepper in the White House, but alas their chances are probably ruined.