How much precious valuable gray with hints of the original color pale green, plastic Tupperware pieces does it take to constitute an heirloom?

Does it add more or less jealousy potential if the lids don’t fit?

Does it add authenticity value for the plastic to have decades of greasy patina?  Is this value similar to the patina  with which Pablo Picasso treated his copper works?

Does a documented date of purchase add to the attractive qualities of Tupperware if it is over forty five years previous?
Bear … 10.03.2015


Tupperware – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 

“They’re Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa! – Single” by Napoleon XIV



  1. cindy knoke says:

    You need to know, you are one of the few bloggers I try hard to please.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Oh, Dear Cindy of the ❤ Kind Heart, what a lovely, generous thing to say.

      You are always pleasing, to all of your readers/followers to those you care for and those who care for you. You have a pleasing demeanor , pleasing comments, pleasing blog, pleasing everything that I know about. Entirely pleasantly pleasing. Never a harsh or unkind word escapes your filtering net. You are even kind and gently, allowing for face saving, when you correct errors. Thank you for all that you have done. I admire you a great deal.

      Your amazing photos often take me outside of my petty worries. Again I thank you.


  2. Great post. Fun post. Have you been checking out my Tupperware?

    Liked by 1 person


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