Goodwills often become resting grounds for outdated technology. As older people finally realize that the computers they carry in their hands have free maps and navigation, these outdated clunkers wind up stockpiled here. I don’t see anyone buying these, so hopefully they wind up being recycled.
Devices that once sold for hundreds wind up buried under miscellaneous cables.
Who gives away a brand new pinata? That friendly seal face is just asking to be clubbed to shreds by sugar-hungry children and/or intoxicated adults.
It apparently has some kind of protrusion on the nose. Perhaps this manufacturing mishap is why he’s yet to find a (admittedly short-lived) home.
As many, some or maybe even none of you know, I moved to California this past summer. Two weeks in a 20-foot moving van, towing a car with a girl in the passenger seat was exactly as nightmarish as it sounds. I took a long hiatus from posting mostly due to forgetfulness, but also from getting a little burnt out; it’s tough posting something EVERY day that’s interesting enough to warrant posting. This is especially true when your entire premise is based on getting lucky wandering around thrift stores.
I have decided to renew my mission of showcasing all the weird/cool/stupid things I find whilst thrifting, but I will now be spacing them out a bit. Currently I rely on public transit (thankfully I live in a city), so I’m a bit limited in what thrift stores I can go to at the moment. That said, I shall do my best to provide my tens of readers with the best stuff I can find. Also, please feel free to talk about your own finds, submit pictures or just tell me how much you love seeing all this crap I post.
Thanks for reading,
I hate bugs, so these massive butterfly kites I found in an Ohio Goodwill were mildly terrifying.
I imagine this is what it would be like to see a Butterfree in real life.