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Traffic Cone Salt and Pepper Shakers are No Accident

by Paul Strauss
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I don’t know about you guys, but I have more salt and pepper shakers than I really should have in my house. But it’s stuff like this that makes me add to my collection of offbeat shakers with no end in sight.

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Designed by Labyrinth, these salt and pepper shakers are made up to look like those annoying traffic cones that always seem to be right in the middle of the lane you just moved into – or in the parking space you were about to take. At least when you knock these over, you won’t risk damaging the undercarriage of your car – but you might end up with some bad luck if you tip the salt over. Spilt pepper, on the other hand, will just make you sneeze.

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Each traffic cone shaker measures about 4-inches-tall, and they come in a nice box perfect for gift-giving. The pair sells for $32 to $37(USD) over at the designboom shop, depending on whether you live in Europe or elsewhere around the globe.

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