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Sunday, May 9, 2010

Herend Queen Victoria Crescent Salad Plate

You better clean your plate, mister. This is a beautifully designed Crescent salad plate that is perfect for special occasions. $170 retail price). Sale ends at midnight tonight (EST).

The JomaDeals “Ode to Mom” 20-ish Part Series

Part 20: Ode to the Mom who keeps telling you there are starving kids in Africa who would love to eat that

Let’s hear it for the Mom who keeps telling you there are starving kids in Africa who would love to eat that.

Brussel sprouts. Broccoli. Arugula. It doesn’t matter what horrible health food item your mother puts on your plate. She expected you to finish it. Every bite. And you’re not leaving the table until you do, mister.

Mom was so insistent that we get good nutrition that she would force us, threaten us, and even guilt us into stuffing our faces by reminding us of all the starving kids in Africa that would love to eat a good meal like this. And when we kindly protested that she find a way to wrap up my dinner and send it to them, she…actually, I don’t really remember what happened after that. It all goes black.

The point is, as much as we hated it back then, thanks to her we’re a lot healthier than we would have been without her. We have her to thank for our fully formed bodies, full set of teeth, and reasonably full head of hair (hey, us guys can’t keep it forever, so we’re glad for each additional day we can get).

So as a thank you to all the wonderful, anthropologically concerned moms out there, we’re offering today’s deal of the day at a special 70% Mother’s Day Discount. This unique crescent salad plate is made by Herend, one of the most trusted craftsmen in luxury dinning. Buy it for your mother today as a thank you, or for yourself as a constant reminder to eat right, lest some poor kids from a third world country think you an ingrate. Donate to the Red Cross, and then eat up, my friend. Make your mother proud.


The Herend Porcelain Manufactory is a Hungarian manufacturing company, specializing in luxury hand painted and gilded porcelain. Founded in 1826, it is based in the town of Herend near the city of Veszprém. The company that started in 1826 as a factory with just a few employees, and having become a favoured brand among rulers, famous historical personages, leading businessmen and artists alike, is now a renowned major company known in almost every country of the world, it being a true 'Hungaricum': part of the Hungarian Heritage.

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