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SMASHING Place for Mosaic Fans

Posted by yvonne_tpi (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 22, 08 at 10:09

Just saw a news segment on a smashing place in San Diego. You can go and 'smash' your tensions away by throwing dishes and glasses at a wall!
If this catches on over the country...I wonder what they will do with all those broken plates!!


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RE: SMASHING Place for Mosaic Fans

Oh, I do love that!


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RE: SMASHING Place for Mosaic Fans

I did a google search of it and it's a great idea, with lots of potential..
sure wish that I'd thought of it first...lol

and yes, they do support mosaic artists, with the broken dishes..lol


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RE: SMASHING Place for Mosaic Fans

Yes I saw that myself. Never thot of what they will do with broken stuff. It would be double the money. Charge to break em, and charge for us mosaic junkies. Woooweee. Love it


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