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Mar 19

From an Abandoned Burger King!

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Fan Mail Time! - Spatula door handle from an abandoned Burger King

 

Latest addition to my retail collection - Spatula Door Handle from an abandoned Burger King

Mar 19

That freakin thing is DOPE lol. I didn't know any BKs were closing down

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