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Eric Trades me Fear and Loathing of Penguins for Big Painting

Rosalie and Eric make a bARTer Sauce trade
Rosalie and Eric make a bARTer Sauce trade
Rosalie and Eric do a bARTer Sauce trade
Rosalie and Eric do a bARTer Sauce trade
Rosalie and Eric do a bARTer Sauce trade
Rosalie and Eric do a bARTer Sauce trade

Eric was kind enough to tolerate a batch of my "interview" questions.

A note from The Sauce -- all of my references to Jo Jo are about my friend Jessica who is a roller derby lady and a burlesque lady and a crafty vunderkind.

It may become apparent that I have no idea what vunderkind means. Or, by some chance, I may have used it correctly. Either way - keep it to yourself.

Big Painting

Original Owner: 
beryl
Painting of orchard in Wenatchee
Painting of orchard in Wenatchee

Beryl's Story About "Big Painting:

The story behind the painting is this: It's of an orchard in Wenatchee. and I don't know how to reduce what I've got. When my mom first moved there as a step mom to my two bros she had no experience with "country." She was out picking asparagus and a bull snake slunk out and wrapped itself around middle bros leg.

She freaked out.

Beryl Trades Me Big Painting for Appalachian Dolls

Pink, glittery landscape painting
Appalachian Dolls - After

Beryl took pity on the Appalachian dolls and did some surgery to separate them from each other

"I thought you might like to see I've resurrected the kids. New: hairdos, faces, buttons for hands, tie and buttons on shoes for girl, button and belt for boy. Interestingly enough, when I turned around the shirts I found a sticker that they had been made in China. It would be interesting to know, "green-wise," the size of their footprints. I'll give them to Community Services for the Blind."

Ceramic Sculpture by a Man with One Hand

Original Owner: 
abbey
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture

Abbey's Story About the Ceramic Sculpture:

Double Vaginas

An Oddly Suggestive Painting

My friend Ben Martin used to do stand up comedy.

He doesn't do it anymore, but he does sometimes hang out in the bar downstairs from our apartment. He heard about the Crow Cannon and saw an opportunity to get rid of a painting he's been hauling around.

Apparently Ben got some hand me down furniture from some friends, a coffee table I think, and when they brought it over, they broke the news to him that if he wanted the coffee table, he would also be taking the painting.

It's huge. Huge.

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