[“Baskets of sardines.” Cigarette card from the George Arents Collection. From the New York Public Library Digital Collections. Click either image for a larger view.]
Not quite the ring of “coffee and cigarettes.” (A fine movie, Jim Jarmusch.) “Pilchards and cigarettes” doesn’t quite work either. But “semolina pilchard” — now there’s something.
A recent story from a British tabloid gives new meaning to “sardines and cigarettes.” Proceed at your own risk.
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Wednesday, November 18, 2015
By Michael Leddy at 7:17 AM