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“Lift Here”

On the top of a vintage wooden novelty trinket or gag gift it reads:

For the Man who has EVERYTHING
Lift Here

When you lift the lid (careful not to disturb the hinge made of canvas tape), you get, in hot pink, the graphic of a pinup girl and “Call Girl Credit Card”, complete with card numbers and a line for the man’s signature.

The question is, does it lift your mood? Raise your ire? Or is the real joke that the call girls are lifting bills from the man with everything’s wallet? *wink*

Inside the lid or flap, in that black curvy typeface I affectionately call “vintage souvenir”, it reads “Eternal Tree House“. (How eternal can the tree or tree house be if there are wooden souvenirs? lol)

The whole piece is roughly seven inches long, and has holes for hanging on the wall.

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