Our trip to the flea wasn't as successful as we would have liked, but as usual, I'm always looking out for the weird things that people try to sell. Sadly, I didn't find anything too bizarre, but it didn't stop me.
|This forehead, though. |
|This baby laughs in the face of death. |
|Before there was Axe, there was Avon Spice. Fun fact: Did you know that Avon started in the year 1886? |
|Which brings me to this. If Avon is over 100 years old, then this plate I found much later in the day just might be worth something. And...after looking around on eBay...it's not. It's worth $6, if that. Which brings me to the next plate I found that would also not be hung on the wall.|
For $3, you could have this inappropriate plate to either hang on your wall or serve little sausages on.
I missed my calling.
If I ever teach a creative writing class, I'm buying one of these bins with all the figurines. Then, my students will have to pick out two or three at random, and then write a scene. But first, they'll soak overnight in a tub of bleach water.
The red cap gun has me wondering: Is Ricky (aptly named) a member of "The Sopranos" or does someone have a hit out on him?
Based on the box, all the physical activity Ken's involved in has put him in need of a chiropractor.
Indeed he is.
Finger lickin' good.
This "Knight Rider" lunchbox looks like the cover of a Harlequin Romance novel and not an 80s action television series.
This is a lie. Christopher Walken is not in all these movies, nor are they really "classics."