As a fan of both playing cards and odd-shaped tableware, this was an exciting find. A little dinged up, but at $4 it’s probably cheaper than a deck of playing cards.
I brought my mother to the thrift store for the first time. We were handsomely rewarded with this amazing Journey collection.
They had a very….unique art style.
I don’t know 40% of these, but I’m sure they’re incredible.
The hair. The clothes. The keytar. Perfection.
Anthony Rizzo was once a promising young hitter in the San Diego Padres organization. A trade sent this future all star to the Chicago Cubs, who won the 2016 World Series. But don’t worry! In return, the Padres got a forgettable pitcher with an unforgettably awful beard.
I love jersey shirts and normally buy them all, but this one is a sad reminder of what could have been in San Diego. Plus, it’s a Large, and I wear Medium.
This was one of the more bland designs the Padres used in the 2000s.
I’ve seen Hello Kitty versions of everything, but not such a nice handbag. A little dirty, but my sister was still tempted to get it.
Think of all the Hello Kitty things that could fit in here!