Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Two Heads are Certainly More Interesting Than One


This is why I love flea markets!







So what the heck is this? It's a two-headed ceramic panther, silly! What's it for? I have no idea! What does it do? I'm not sure, but whatever it does, it's doing it now. 
Who made it, and for what purpose? I wish I knew! There is no "mark" on it anywhere, no country of origin. I tried googling it, and wish I hadn't. Take my advice, never ever google "two headed" anything. Just don't, and you will have a happier life. So I am just going to have to appreciate it for what it is: one of the best things I have ever found at a flea market. 

27 comments:

  1. Awesome find. This weekend I found a sheriff's badge I was pretty proud of.

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  2. For some reason I started laughing when I saw the two headed panther... You'd think someone would want to label something they made... hmmm..Very cool though :)

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  3. My thought exactly! Thanks Lilly!

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  4. Thansk Curtis! Sounds like you found something cool too!

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  5. I think that'll go perfectly with your Crazy Bird!!!

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  6. Lol! Thanks for your pics and post. I had a little giggle! :)

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  7. Shrimp, that is exactly correct! They are made for each other!

    Glad you like it, shagpile!

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  8. That hilarious that you googled "two headed." I can't imagine what weird genetic things came up! Love the blog!

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  9. Wow that is such a great find! I love it.

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  10. Great find! I'm a HUGE fan of hitting the flea markets! Found an old trunk and rocking chair last summer!

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  11. That is too cool! First thing it reminded me of was this one CSI (original) episode I watched about this weird twin gene... can't remember details, but that's what first came to mind!

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  12. Wow! That is totally cool! ....and thanks for the google advise...lol

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  13. Thanks! And glad to share that important google advise :)

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  14. Hey Corinna! I didn't even know you had a blog - good to see you. I really like this find - and I agree about the Google advice.

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  15. Hmmm - interesting. I wonder if the artisan makes only 2 headed animals. You cou start a collection! I will take your word for it and not google "2 headed" - although I was tempted. :)

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  16. Ooo, a collection! If only I could find another one!

    Mishkat, I just started this! It's great to see you!

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  17. WOAH! WTF? That's awesome! What a great find!!

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  18. Amazing. I wonder if someone made it in ceramics class after their boring Biology lecture?

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  19. Hmm, good thought tapirgal! As you know, I'm usually on the lookout for tapirs but I couldn't pass this up!

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  20. "What's it for? I have no idea! What does it do? I'm not sure, but whatever it does, it's doing it now."

    hahahhaha i laughed so hard when i read that. thats awesome.

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  21. I think you are ready for the two headed dog
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7aLXehSXAo
    have a listen..really....

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  22. lol It's awesome without any real point of origin ;)

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  23. Hi again, I really appreciate all your visits and comments re: Astoria Daily Photo!

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  24. You got yourself an awesome find! Can't wait to go flea-marketing soon.

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