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Carlo Pellegrini’s Spats
Gaiters

Origin

Carlo Pellegrini

Type

Footwear Accessory

Effects

Mirth Acceleration

Downsides

Personality Muddling

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Iris-258G

Aisle

149284-7644

Shelf

735008-2859-471

Date of Collection

May 27, 1909

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OriginEdit

Carlo Pellegrini became a Vanity Fair staple from the 1870s to 1890s, turning out weekly caricatures of beloved (and belittled) British figures. Each of the “Ape’s” lithographs always went the more whimsical route, indulging in funny looks over politics. They accurately reflected the Italian himself, with oodles of eccentricity to fill his own magazine. Pellegrini always wore impeccably shined boots and spats, grew out his fingernails and displayed his sexuality without shame. He loved to ride anywhere and bring macaroni to any house party, unless it was in the country. Asleep with his own bed and cigar was the way he liked it.

EffectsEdit

Strutting these fine kicks will make the most serious of communes laugh. No, seriously. Whenever the user unleashes any fun or silliness, everyone else catches it like a flu. Pretty soon everybody will be dancing the Macarena singing how they are all actually catfish of Freedonia (Ask Artie for the rest). However, all that oddness eventually reflects back on the activator. Out of nowhere they begin picking up odd traits and preferences, even if they have no idea why they’re doing it. Oh well, save it for the party.

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