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VINTAGE RATTAN LAZY SUSAN COFFEE TABLE
VINTAGE RATTAN LAZY SUSAN COFFEE TABLE
VINTAGE RATTAN LAZY SUSAN COFFEE TABLE
VINTAGE RATTAN LAZY SUSAN COFFEE TABLE
VINTAGE RATTAN LAZY SUSAN COFFEE TABLE
VINTAGE RATTAN LAZY SUSAN COFFEE TABLE
VINTAGE RATTAN LAZY SUSAN COFFEE TABLE
VINTAGE RATTAN LAZY SUSAN COFFEE TABLE
VINTAGE RATTAN LAZY SUSAN COFFEE TABLE
VINTAGE RATTAN LAZY SUSAN COFFEE TABLE
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VINTAGE RATTAN LAZY SUSAN COFFEE TABLE

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39×39×19.5

EXCELLENT CONDITION! 

Who is this Susan? And why was she specifically so Lazy? 😆🤷‍♂️ I just wanted to know where that originated from and boy, they're was a lot of confusion to it! 🤪🥴

Here's what I found!...

 

Thomas Jefferson invented the lazy Susan in the 18th century, though they were referred to as dumbwaiters at that time. It is said that Jefferson invented the lazy Susan because his daughter complained she was always served last at the table and, as a result, never found herself full when leaving the table. Others believe that Thomas Edison was the inventor, as he is believed to have invented the turntable for his phonograph, which later evolved into the Lazy Susan."

It is also worth noting at this point in our tale that Thomas Edison also had a daughter named Susan. However, the true history of the name Lazy Susan appears to be more legend than fact.

Many authorities recount the theory that the 'Susan' was simply a common maid's name, and that the term 'Lazy Susan' applied to this self-service gadget was a sarcastic reference to the supposed sloth of household servants".

And finally, another Jewish World Review posting gives, in our opinion, probably the most realistic version of the name's origin:

"It is more than likely that 'Lazy Susan' was styled on previous combinations in English that use 'Susan' ('black-eyed Susan' being the most common). There are many such words in English that use names in thus generic way - for example 'Peeping Tom', 'Jim-Dandy' and 'Jolly Roger' are just a few. It is also possible that the combination of the 'z' sound in 'lazy' and the initial 's' sound of 'Susan' appealed to the manufacturer of the Lazy Susan, and in a brilliant Marketing move, the 'Lazy Susan' was born."

😳🥱UNSOLVED MYSTERIES!🤗😁💙

The MORE you know!! 🧠