And now for the Pizza Duh Resistence
(I don't know how to spell that so I'm trying to cover with comedy. Much like illiterate adults, I mask my pain by being the life of the party. I AM. Shut up thoughts in my head.)
This is "Creepy Baby," and yes, the picture is backwards. I know. I bought him at a friend's garage sale to restock The Sauce after Jason didn't actually send me the Truck Stop sign he promised me. Originally Killorn had a tag on him that said, "Dead Baby" but someone got insulted and left her garage sale so she changed it to "Creepy Baby." Before we even get into the painting and what it means that this exists, I just have to point out that Killorn priced this "art" at $20 because she thinks it is so funny. Now I was willing to pay the $20 because, judging by the amount of stuff I hauled away from her house, Killorn and I have a similar sense of humor. BUT...I have to publicly point out that she left the original Value Village price tag on the back ....which was.... $6.99. Yes, that's right. A mark up of $13 for "Creepy Baby." And I must say, well worth every penny.
For some reason I'm compelled glue rhinestones onto him somewhere. Maybe that will offset his droopy little mouth and dead-inside eyes.
I also have to point out that yes, I know, I didn't trade for this item so technically it doesn't belong in The Sauce. But then I also have to point out that if Jason Who Ruined Christmas in 2003 would have actually sent me my Tok, Alaska Truck Stop sign like he said he was going to, I wouldn't be in this position at all, would I? No. So really, you can see that I had no other choice. And seriously, if I ever find out where Jason ended up, I'm posting his address on the internet and asking everyone to send him a Christmas card. Yeah, that'll get him! So basically, let's all look the other way while I reinvigorate The Sauce with some marked up garage sale finds, shall we? Yes, we shall.