Suzy Homemaker

Suzy Homemaker

n. a personification of the quintessential female American housewife. (During the 1960s, this was a brand of child-sized kitchen appliances and also a doll of the same name.) Well, aren’t you just Miss Suzy Homemaker! You’re even wearing an apron!
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Glass-fronted cases will hold a variety of common objects with uncommon stories, including a jeweled bicycle, patent models for folding furniture, early examples of a VHS player, dishes for leftover food, hearing aids and toys, such as a Suzy Homemaker refrigerator, Gameboy and paper dolls.
If her body cooperates, Terri Mouton will step into the dual role of Suzy Homemaker and fearless entrepreneur in 12 days.
I was there for less than an hour when I broke the flush on the toilet, and had been in situ for less than 24 before I found extra toilet paper, the cat litter tray (I just knew it wasn't my socks), burned a hole in my friend's shirt in an unsuccessful attempt at being Suzy Homemaker, got a DVD stuck in the player and dropped a full carton of milk on a carpeted floor.
I'm little Miss Suzy Homemaker when I'm not out tearing up the roads,'' Damitio said.
Home appeal: The quartet weren't Suzy Homemakers but urbane and seductive singletons whose snazzy homes reflected their personalities and frenetic pace of their lives.