What is this thing in the wall?


#1

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#2

Candles.

Ceremonial knives.

Drugs.


#3

Keys.

Religious icons.

Sweet jar.


#4

What size of bottle was that? Wine bottles have a lot of variation in size, and I expect that obtaining the smaller sizes would not have been that difficult for someone like Jean Harlow.


#5

Peanut butter.

Nunchucks.

Shrunken heads.


#6

Another possibility


#7

According to Mental Floss back in November, you’ve already figured this out:


#8

You have to remember that Jean Harlow used to throw some pretty wild parties.


#9

And now I notice the date in 2010.


#10

Satsuma
Live wasp
Nightmares


#11

I see that someone’s read Hollywood Babylon.


#12

i think telephone cabinets are usually 2 or 3 parts vertical: one for the receiver, one for the wiring, sometimes one for a phone book.

i vote: elf ironing board, harry potter’s closet, design flaw.


#13

Power,
water ,
drain?


#14

Yes, thank you… coulda sworn I’d seen this before!


#15

What is this thing in the wall?

Oh, that? That’s where I keep extra molecules of air, so that I’ll always have them close to hand. Keeps them all squared up, you know?


#16

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