Stuff I Saw

Hello! I’m baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack! I’ve been MIA the past few days because I was snow-bunny-in’ it up in Breckenridge, CO! (Don’t worry, I’ll have a post full of embarassing photos in a day or so.)

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving full of glutony and tense family dinners, topped off with saving $2.54 on a DVD during Black FridayThursday.

Today’s post spans three states. In each one, I found gloriously odd finds that I HAD to share with you. Some are funny, some are strange, and some just make you go, “What the what?!”

First up is something I found a few days before Thanksgiving whilst walking through my local Walmart, I saw something that caught my eye in the bread aisle.

Baby want carbs. Nom, nom, nom.

My first thought was: “OH MY GOSH! There’s a baby in there! I’m going to be on the news!” But then after noticing the baby was indeed made of plastic I thought: “Holy crap that’s one big, ugly doll.”

The next gem is courtesy of a truck stop in Salina, KS.

Stay classy, Salina.

What do good witches do it for?

While in Breckenridge, Huff the Hubs and I went walking around the town. It. was. precious. Seriously, place looked like one of the Christmas villages your granny used to put on her window sill. Adorbs.

Anyway, while we were walking, we stumbled upon this cute store named…wait for it…The Joy of Sox. How clever is that? Seriously, hot cocoa almost came out my nose. When we walked in, the first thing we saw were these:

And now I’m down to just my socks…

If you’ve ever seen Flight of the Conchords, you’re laughing your guts up right now.

After we left The Joy of Sox, we stopped into an old bookstore. And when I say “old”, I don’t mean dirty or vintage, I mean old. Their selection was….well… I’ll let the picture speak for itself:

“Look at all this cash we made! Too bad in the year 2000, money will be printed on plastic coins.”

And yes, inside, there were 8 cassette tapes. I am now trying to find my old Walkman so I can hit it rich.

This is why I’m thankful I always have my iPhone with me.

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