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Touch The Hair And I Swing My Purse Of Bricks Your Way April 15, 2015

Filed under: 1940s,Culture,Fashion,Fun,History,Nostalgia,Photography,Style,Vintage — kerbey @ 10:50 am
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14 Responses to “Touch The Hair And I Swing My Purse Of Bricks Your Way”

  1. Paul Says:

    I see he was measuring her with her shoes on and weighing her with her purse full of bricks. They say rations were bigger for those doing heavier work – but you know the human body will burn huge amounts of energy when you work it hard. I was recently reading an article on oil field workers in the Arctic. They use up to 12,000 calories a day doing heavy work outside in the snow. (compared to 1,800-2,000 for a normal male)

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    • kerbey Says:

      That is more than Olympic swimmers like Michael Phelps burned. We were watching a BBC special on the Arctic last night and I just did not see the beauty there. Ice after ice after cold–not no way, not no how. They can keep that job. Although I do need to burn off the eggs and buttered toast I just ate…


  2. Benson Says:

    If my caloric intake was based on the work I do I would be hungry, bored and cranky all the time. I do work out at a gym though. At least 3 times per week. So that qualifies me for another piece of pie. Doesn’t it?

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  3. Liz Says:

    she does look thin. But the purse is going to add some weight, especially if it is full of bricks.

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  4. 😀 I dunno — that might be a magazine for a MG34 machine gun 😀

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  5. markbialczak Says:

    I think she’s the actress who played the Wicked Witch of the West, Kerbey!

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