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Pan, Glasses and Magazines

Hey there!  You know what’s been kind of bugging me about the ol’ Swapmeet (other than that me-not-updating-it thing)?

Everything is out of date!  You might not realize this, but most of the photos that have been posted since, like August?  Were taken back in August.  There was a real big pile of action down on the what is generic viagra swapmeet table around then, and as a result I got a lot of pictures.  And since I was doing one item at a time, those pictures lasted a long dang time.

As a matter of fact, I still have a backlog.  And it’s been killing my morale, and that’s just about enough of very good site viagra for sale online that.

So to heck with that!  Let’s jump to the present, dump the one-item-per-entry thing, and just see what’s going on only here overnight viagra in the laundry room, goddammit!  Are you ready?  Yes!  You are totally ready!  Let’s go!

glasses and pan

Two decorative christmas-y wine glasses, and a small metal frying pan with a wooden handle!  These showed up independent of each other, I think, but they’ve been hanging out together down there for a few days now; seems like no one wants either.

Consider that those are not particularly over-sized glasses: that is one tiny little frying pan.  I’m thinking a dwarf got his second growth and is upsizing.

pan detail

Detail shot of the pan.  I kind of feel like mocking its smallness and crappiness is the clear path, but for some reason I find the handle on this thing just plain charming.  And that little metal hook or loop or whatever you want to call it, on the end there?  I don’t know if it came standard or got customed in by the dwarf or what, but I like it.  Very rustic utilitarian.

Maybe it’s not a dwarf at all.  Maybe it’s a giant descendent of William Burroughs, and this is the belt-loop spoon he keeps around for cooking up–but he’s kicking, man, he’s kicking that dang old giant-sized horse and he doesn’t need this stuff anymore.  If a hypodermic the size of a turkey baster shows up, I’m going to consider it a closed case.

glass detail

Ho ho ho!  It’s frickin August, okay?  Nobody wants a glass with christmas trees and snow on it.  It’s like stopping at a news stand in the middle of the Sahara and picking up a copy of Water Monthly.  No.  No thank you.  These glasses are going to sit on the table until at least Thanskgiving, if someone doesn’t destroy them in a fit of heat exhaustion first.

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Oprah is 50mg viagra retail price'>50mg viagra retail price just fucking thrilled to be Oprah.  In the mean time, Andre Agassi is just happy to be on a magazine cover.  You know what I miss?  The mullet.  That dang mullet.  That was a rebel, Andre.  That guy, over there, who you used to be.

dropping off

And this happy crowd?  This is me giving back to the swapmeet.  We cleaned out the cleaning supplies last weekend; this is all the stuff we just don’t use.  The iron is fine, but we got a new one; the detergent is fine except it smells way too much.  (I put signs on both of those, since either could be conceivably mistaken for non-swapmeet laundry paraphernalia.) 

The spray bottles were occupying niches we just didn’t need filled; and I don’t need those Clorox things because I live in a state of constant, willful filth and it’d be kind of antithetical to have it around.

And what about that speckled-out blob in front of it all?  What, indeed!  Introducting a new feature: What the Hell is That?

The way WtHiT works is, I don’t tell you what it is.  And you’re all “What the hell is that?”  And I’m all, “nuh uh, not telling.”  And you’re all, “wait, I bet I totally know.”  And I’m all like, “yeah, well, leave a comment or something then, smart-face.”

Aaaaaaaaaaand scene.  There’s your first big old round-up digest-type post.  It’s a change–end of an era and best price for levitra'>best price for levitra all that, I know, break out the kleenex–but if it’s one of these every weekish or so vs. the old style with months-long breaks, I’m kinda leaning toward this.  Let me know what you think, natch.


  1. Josh Millard Said,

    August 15, 2007 @ 9:02 pm

    Also, curious: I must have done something slightly different in my photo cropping (you know, the cropping I used to do, like a year ago, when I was taking pictures last?), because these images are sliiiiightly bigger and it kind of jacks up the look of the entry.

    I could go back and fix it, but (a) that’d be time consuming, and (b) if I leave it alone it’ll function as a cautionary tale.

  2. Mike Said,

    August 16, 2007 @ 6:38 am

    Hrm… it looks yellow. And small. And it’s associated with cleaning supplies…

    My guess is wow it's great viagra from canadian pharmacy a small yellow cup.

  3. Jinnet Said,

    August 16, 2007 @ 11:14 am

    I’m guessing a big yellow sponge!

  4. secretariat Said,

    August 16, 2007 @ 8:32 pm

    Is it a kitten?

  5. Josh Millard Said,

    August 17, 2007 @ 6:45 am

    Zero for three! Although, in defense of only best offers buy cheapest viagra all y’all, there’s really seriously no way you’re going to get it. It’s just that dang mysterious.

  6. deborah Said,

    August 18, 2007 @ 12:34 am

    A rubber ducky? And I’ve been meaning to ask you something. Do you ever take any of the stuff left on the table?

  7. Josh Millard Said,

    August 18, 2007 @ 10:03 pm

    I think I’ve taken things a couple times. It’s rare—I try to avoid collecting random crap, so someone has to abandon something that either charms me right past my anti-kitsch barriers or is genuinely useful.

    My wife has snagged a couple things I think. And a couple other things have been asked after long after they left the table—that damned time-lag again.

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