Outhouse Shaped Salt and Pepper Shakers

Outhouse Shaped Salt and Pepper Shakers

Outhouses are no laughing matter when you have to go in them. They’re even worse when a bear has been spotted next to them and you have no choice but to use them, but that’s another story. But Outhouse Shaped Salt and Pepper Shakers are pretty darn funny.

Outhouse Shaped Salt & Pepper Shakers

These fantastic Outhouse Shaped Salt and Pepper Shakers are the perfect addition to your camp or cabin.

  • Ceramic Construction
  • Salt Shaker Reads: Full of S
  • Pepper Shaker Reads: Full of P
  • Each Measures: 3.75H x 2W inches

Outhouse Salt and Pepper Shakers

If you’ve ever had to subject yourself to the treachery of an outhouse, you’ve probably figured out what they’re full of. These salt and pepper shakers spell it out for you, in case you weren’t sure. Made of ceramic, the pair looks to be made out of old, distressed wood with slanted shingled roofs. On what would be the front entrance are matching doors with crescent moons for a charming accent.

On your next rough excursion, don’t forget to pack the outhouse S & P shakers and make sure they’re full of it. They serve as a reminder that life without flushing toilets would be as grim as life without salt and pepper.

At Retro Planet, the Outhouse Salt and Pepper Shakers are so popular that they’re on backorder at $8.99 a set. However, Amazon also sells them for the same price.

By the way, if you’re planning on making a campfire, the Zippo Emergency Fire Starter and Reel Roaster Rotating Skewer are a must. And then to stay warm throughout the night, don’t bother with sleeping bags when you can wear a MusucBag.

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Patra Beaulieu

About Patra Beaulieu

Patra has a background in molecular biology and was a former writer / translator for one of Canada's major web-based entertainment news providers. She currently resides in Ottawa, Ontario and is into alpine skiing, biking, music, movies, dining, baking, traveling, spending time with family, friends and her mini goldendoodle.

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