Classic YSaC Week!
armore – $190
My love is Wider than 33 inches,
Deeper than a foot
My love is Higher than the stars
That shine every time I hit my head!
Thanks for sending this in, NinjaChow! Always love the classics.
Wood end table – $20
Wood end table. In good condition
All sold wood except the doors.
I wish I was experienced in Photoshop so I could see how this table would look without the doors. And why isn’t Sparky willing to sell the doors, too? Just because they aren’t wood is not reason to hate them. They don’t want to be ripped from the place they were designed to stay forever.
NinjaChow expertly comments, “I think I’d prefer to have the whole table, not minus the doors. Thanks anyway Sparky.” Besides, if you include the doors, you might be able to ask for $25.
WTFS Anchor Person: Breaking News –- Sparkyville Archeologists have entered the abandoned tract home, rumored to be the burial place of Tut McSparky, hundredaire and creator of the Can of Beans on a Stick. This tomb has been sealed for weeks now, and reporter NinjaChow is one of the first people to enter it. NC, What are you seeing? Continue reading
Classics never go out of style. Sparky at least understands that idea. Take something really nice and well-made and chop it up. Re-purpose it. Spell it wrong. Sell it for big bucks. Profit! Continue reading
We love the classics here at Sparkyville. We can’t get enough of Not.A.Lions, amours, and ottermans. So far, nothing much has changed around here. Sparky can’t use a dictionary because he doesn’t know how to spell the word to look it up. Continue reading
For the coming holiday season, which started on Thanksgiving and will extend through Halloween 2016, I wish each and every one of you, all five of my readers, may have bees upon you. In the style of the classic bee-bedecked truck, may you have swarms of bees at every turn. Enough bees so that you might have to call Sparky to get them removed. Continue reading