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Emmett Trades Me Kill You in Your Sleep Teddy Lamp for Single Parent Paper Bag Skeleton Puppet Costume

Emmett and Rosalie doin' a bARTer Sauce trade
Kill You in Your Sleep Teddy Bear Lamp
Kill You in Your Sleep Teddy Bear Lamp

Emmett came over to our studio during the First Thursday Art Walk on my birthday to trade me this awesome Kill You in Your Sleep Teddy Bear Lamp.

I gave him a Single Parent Paper Bag Skeleton Puppet Costume that Brit made in honor of some small paper bag puppets that Emmett traded her about a year ago while they both competed in the Live bARTer Sauce trade made onstage at The People's Republic of Komedy Laffhole show. I didn't trade with either of them. But they did trade with each other.

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.

Single Parent of a PaperBagSkeletonPuppet

Original Owner: 
Brit
Single Parent of a PaperBagSkeletonPuppet

Brit's Story about the Single Parent of a Paper Bag Skeleton Puppet Family:

Little did you know that this box, once opened, would compel an single adult female PaperBagSkeletonPuppet to leave her two small children behind. I don't know what was in the box... but, whatever it was... it was way more important to her than the two little ones she had left at home pinned to the refrigerator that night.

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