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101. Race Car Beds Shop

There's no aphrodisiac as powerful as this piece of NASCAR furniture. Watch out ladies, this man's a stud. See also Cars.

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102. Rubber Chickens Shop

See also Old-Timey.

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103. Samovar

An ornate water boiler. See also Coffee.

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104. Stock Photos of Women Wearing Headsets

Now featured on almost every corporate website in existence. See also Corporate, Photography.

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105. Yacht Rock

Subset of Soft Rock distinguished by nautical song themes and album art. Michael McDonald, Kenny Loggins, Christopher Cross, and Toto were the most significant practitioners, with Cross's Sailing being the signature expression of the genre. Further details available here. See also 70's, 80's, Wealth.

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106. Baubles

See also Wealth.

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107. Bungalow

A single story house.

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108. Molehills

Don't make a mountain out of one. See also Animals.

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109. Spork Shop

For those of us poor saps who can never decide between the fork and the spoon! The name Spork was trademarked registered by the Van Brode Milling Co., Inc., of Clinton, Massuchests in 1969 for a piece of cutlery combining the features of a spoon, a fork and sometimes a knife. In the United Kingdom, "Spork" has been trademark registered by Plastico Limited (TM 1052291) since 1975. The name spork has been in common use since at least 1900 and appeared in the 1909 Century Dictionary supplement. There are many patents for sporks with or without the use of the name itself dating back over one hundred years.

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110. Chain Saw Art

Sculpting wood using the delicate application of a chainsaw.

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