blufoster6 wrote:Someone gave my friend a whole bag of stuff for one t-shirt. One of the funniest and randomest things in that bag was a large rock with google eyes. LOL
sk8lynne wrote:umm idt ur gonna see that hat ever again
although in the airport when we were comming back home... we saw someone from wyoming wearing one...it was pretty funny
sk8lynne wrote:i got an alaska, utah, nd kentucky liscence plate nd a lei from hawaii....my math teacher is obsessed with hawaiian stuff so today i brought in my lei nd he was like "omg this is amazing" nd he kept it in his rooom. it was sooo funny. nd the best part is, i get alot of extra credit
cypressfalls_Robert wrote:Did everyone really like the Texas hats? I traded my Texas hat for a cheese hat.
Aia wrote:computernerd4826 wrote:i met Aia, from whom i obtained AMAZING items. thanks again, Aia
I'm glad you liked them- I ran out of time at the swap, and just by chance you happened to be the most convenient person standing nearby to drop all my extra stuff on. It was ironic that I actually knew you without being aware of it.
How did you do at Nationals?
sciolykid101 wrote:Phenylethylamine wrote:The swap meet was in a gymnasium in '07 at Wichita; last year it was outside in a parking lot or something. I think it's usually inside, so they don't have to worry about moving it if it rains, but sometimes it is outside. And it's generally after dark, so there's no issue with umbrellas or shade.
The only thing I got was the free eggs of silly putty they were handing out. I actually did my best to get rid of all my stuff... the swap meet isn't really my thing.
Same here... I gave 98 percent of my stuff away to these Auburn kids.
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