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Great Skirt Controversy of 2007

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Betsy Trades Me Lord BratNose for the Glitter Cats

Betsy winking

I have a girl crush on Betsy.

You may remember Betsy from such trades as Jar Grandma or from the Great Skirt Controversy of 2007. She's cute as a button and sometimes dressed like a lesbian lumberjack -- and still manages to look girl-ier than I do in a skirt and heels. She's so cute you'll probably want to throw her in a pot, cook her down into a delicious jam and can her. No?

Just me then?

Oh well.

Betsy Trades me Jar Grandma for Teeny Tiny Landscape Painted on a Pill

Two women, one dressed liked a lesbian farmer
Betsy, helping me get dressed on the street.
Rosalie admiring the skirt Betsy made her.

Some of you - those who pay close attention and have magical psychic powers - may remember Betsy as the creator of the only skirt in existance to have caused a fight at the Punk Rock Flea Market.

Summary: My friend Sara bought a skirt for $5 that should have been mine and I got mad.

Read Sara's side of the story as well as my side ( I refer to my side as "The Truth").

Sara Trades Me "Two Red Screamers" for "Mona Didn't Need Bling"

Sara and Rosalie - the skirt controversy finally over.

Sara showed up at the May First Thursday art walk with a surprise trade for me.

Seeing her brought back all kinds of memories. Let me tell you about the last time I saw Sara:

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