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Wednesday, March 20, 2013
But another way to look at this adorable lunch box is from the standpoint that Sesame Street premièred on PBS in November of 1969. That would mean that kids who began watching the show when they were five or six years old are now nearing the Big 5-0. And there’s a very good chance that anyone who is that age or younger personally spent time in front of their TV in the company of Big Bird, Bert & Ernie and the rest of the Sesame Street Gang. Any one of those 30 to 50 year old birthday boys or girls will have a hard time suppressing a smile when presented with a reminder of their childhood. Some of those tough old guys might even get a tear in their eye, remembering those snow days or summer vacation days, spent chasing the clouds away at Sesame Street.
Since so many people have started brown-bagging their lunch, either due to tightened economics, shorter lunch periods or the desire to eat healthy and avoid fast foods, this Sesame Street Lunch Box might just be the perfect gift for that 30, 40 or 50 something birthday celebration coming up. It is reasonably priced, nicely made and just as cute as a button. And it wouldn’t even have to be used as a lunch box; as a gift item, it could be stuffed with nostalgic candy from the era of the recipient’s childhood, a bottle of cologne or even a diamond bracelet. The possibilities as a gift item for an adult who has fond Sesame Street memories are endless.
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by: Woodstock Candy