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Olive Drop by Ernie Bakker

Olive Drop: Love It or Hate It?

Olives are one of my favorite foods and an ingredient I always have on hand to be party ready. While I'm usually a fan of modern serving ware, I don't really know how to feel about this Olive Drop by designer Ernie Bakker. It's inspired by a children's game and the toothpicks must be pulled out before the olives can be enjoyed. It seems more artistic than practical. What do you think?

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greenapplelover greenapplelover 5 years
Ker-Plunk, I played that as a kid!
sourcherries sourcherries 5 years
Kewl looking, but seems impractical.
Spectra Spectra 5 years
It looks cool, but it would probably annoy me after a little while. I think I'd rather just grab olives out of a dish.
fuzzles fuzzles 5 years
Emo, :rotfl: Bingo!
fuzzles fuzzles 5 years
Emo,:rotfl: Bingo!
J-Rabbit J-Rabbit 5 years
Seems like it would be a fun conversation piece.
rainydaybleus rainydaybleus 5 years
i don't like seeing the juices pool at the bottom like that. makes me not want to eat it.
emo_stacer emo_stacer 5 years
jenga
emo_stacer emo_stacer 5 years
jenga
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