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Brit Trades me Single Parent Paper Bag Skeleton Puppet for A Steampunk Box to Put Things In

Brit and Emmett trading with each other -- and not  The Sauce
Single Parent Paper Bag Skeleton Puppet Costume
Single Parent Paper Bag Skeleton Puppet Costume
Single Parent Paper Bag Skeleton Puppet Costume
Single Parent Paper Bag Skeleton Puppet Costume
Single Parent Paper Bag Skeleton Puppet Costume
Single Parent Paper Bag Skeleton Puppet Costume

Brit and I go way back. We used to work together at Intiman Theatre. She designed the bARTer Sauce logo.

We've consumed beers at the same time together. She's the one who got Colin's unfortunate paper mache hedgehog and finally ripped it open to find the surprise inside.

And once, just once, I convinced her to get on stage at a Laffhole show and tell me a story about an item she wanted to trade to bARTer Sauce.

Brit Trades Me a Buddha painting, a Leaf painting, blank postcards and a pomegranite for Colin's Paper Mache Hedgehog

Brit and Rosalie punching a hole in a paper mache hedgehog
Brit and Rosalie punching a hole in a paper mache hedgehog
Brit and Rosalie punching a hole in a paper mache hedgehog
Opening A Paper Mache Hedgehog
Opening A Paper Mache Hedgehog
Opening A Paper Mache Hedgehog
Opening A Paper Mache Hedgehog

Brit met Doug and I at the best bar in the city to play cards and do a trade.

I can't tell you where it is because you might tell people and then the halter tops would show up there. Making it NOT the best bar in the city. If you know me in real life, you know where I'm talking about.

The Museum of Bad Art wins Worrying Man in the first bARTer Sauce trade contest

bARTer Sauce Trade

bARTer Sauce held it's one and only contest for a painting I found in an alley.

I pitted my poor friend Colin in New York (who made me the most awesome paper mache hedgehog) against The Museum of Bad Art (who offered me an awesome painting of a cockfight).

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