What I Didn't Buy At The Thrift Store
This is probably one of the most ugliest, mind baffling figures I have ever seen... just, why? I can see why it was dumped at the thrifts, but why was it ever made?
This Verde divided dish, that I already have, was in mint condition & priced at $12.99. Passed up another one that same day in mint condition at another VV for $9.99. I already have 3, didn't pay near that price for them! I think the Verde divided dish was one of, if not the, first piece of Pyrex I ever bought!
Photos can be deceiving. These vintage Butterprint bowls may look like they are in good condition, but no... chipped, utensiled & dish washered. The middle one I held in my hand for awhile, it wasn't too faded & was $2.99, but then I noticed the huge chip.
I DESPISE these Glasbake dishes. I see them everywhere. Sometimes 5-10 in one store. Were they made with lids? Have probably seen over 150+ in my time, never with a lid. HATE these dishes. Is anybody with me, or could y'all care less?
THE BEST vintage bowling trophy I've seen yet! I love how the "unidentified creeping object" (as the tag reads) is so much larger than the bowler.
The old me, when I first starting out blogging, probably would have been all over this vintage 1980's plastic Care Bears lunchbox. My tastes have expanded & grown so much since I started this blog. I also found a Wuzzles edible cake topper at the same store for $2.99. Deeply considered it, lol, but it was broken.
What have you left behind lately?