Hey! We were thrilled to see the link of course! Funny that you have hit some of the same sales. Especially the super skinny avant garde lady! Here is her blog if you want to see more about the weird stuff she is into … http://fashionrip.blogspot.com
We actually discussed whether that headshot of the mannequin was too disturbing for the blog, but of course we had to go for!
Thanks for the nice words and for spreading the yard sale bloodbath love!
We love the super skinny avant garde lady, so having her blog is pretty cool.
“I found this thru your link to us on your tumblr. That thing is just as creepy (if not more so) draped in clothes! Love the feet position … We have a full body shot in our photostream too (I assume from later in the day, where it was lying down fully exposed. eek!!)”—
It just goes to show, the internet is a very small world. I stumbled over him in my garage sale travels a couple weeks ago, then mudwerks posted him and I found him again through mrcookieface. Then onemoresalutetovanity found him, and it could’ve so easily turned into a catfight. (His unwavering stare has a way with the ladies)
After all this, I heard from the folks at Yard Sale Bloodbath. This is truly an awesome site. You can visit it here.
“You could move.”—Abigail Van Buren, “Dear Abby,” in response to a reader who complained that a gay couple was moving in across the street and wanted to know what he could do to improve the quality of the neighborhood. (via tsherr) (via asprettyasasong) (via apsies)
An idiotic synonym for “tip”, primarily used by condescending morons who erroneously believe they are dispensing expert advice. It’s a stupid Internet meme that will not die. Protip: using the word “protip” makes you seem a mentally-defective jackass.
“You, having graduated college or reached a similar age to that of the college graduate, need to learn to sense others and get out of their way. Walk single file. Don’t blather loudly in public spaces. Take your headphones off while interacting with clerks and passersby. Do not walk along and then stop suddenly. It is not just you on the street; account for that fact.”—