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Jonathan Adler Loves Him Some Recreational Drug References

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<a href="http://www.jonathanadler.com/uppers/?cat=465&amp;initial=10287">Uppers</a>, $98 and <a href="http://www.jonathanadler.com/quaaludes/?cat=465&amp;initial=10285">quaaludes</a>, $138
Uppers, $98 and quaaludes, $138

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If your kitchen table simply must "sparkle, Neely, sparkle," here's the perfect way to accessorize: Jonathan Adler's drugged out cookie jars. Aside from the late-'60s era, Vally of the Dolls-esque drug terminology, the product descriptions are probably the best part. First there's this:

"Beyond denial, stash your stuff in style."
Then there's this:
Face it, your little pill bottle collection is getting out of hand. It's time to take it to the next level and fill up our hand painted collection of candid canisters with all of life's little helpers—from sweets to sedatives.
And then there's this:
"Groovy Gift Idea: Get one for your psychopharmacologist. Thanks for all those happy pills!"

Our psychopharmacologists, for the record, were elated. And hey, at 98 bucks a pop, they're cheaper than drug addiction.
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