So for an entire weekend in June, the 4 crazies decided to participate in a flea market.
Tho I personally wouldn’t call it a Flea Market, because I’ve been to plenty and this one totally bites the dust.
But, it was fun because of the company that I kept
So here are some photos, with captions where applicable. Yes this is what happens when you don’t blog often. It is mugging for A levels, all over again. Haha. Ok back on track!
Love my rainbow umbrella? It got stares alright, but to be fair – IT WAS A VERY HOT DAY. And, if I want to keep myself in a cool shade, might as well make it pretty. And that’s our little stall btw. Yes on the floor – poor me
Here’s what we sold!
Retro books such as Sweet Valley High, Sweet Valley University and Buffy books and other not so vintage publications. It certainly brought memories to most people who walk by our stores. They will stop, stare and smile. Though I did see with my very own eyes guys making weird faces at MY BOOKS. Pfft.
Oh and I placed on display my collection of random postcards – that was amassed over the years.
Original toys from Starwars and Transformers were also sold. The Optimus Prime toy was the highlight of the entire weekend! Boys never do grow up, honestly.
I also sold my jewelry (all thrown in a basket) along with toys from myself, Kawan E and Kawan C. The friendship bands were FP – gotten from Bali.
The next day, we changed the arrangement of these same items (plus and minus certain things lol)
Batman keychains, anyone?
I know I mentioned that Optimus Prime was the main highlight of the weekend. Forgive me. I really meant my KRU video. It was labelled as a collector’s edition by my dearest friends and boyfriend. And as usual, I was made the brunt of the joke the entire weekend. They even had bets on how much people would pay for it. LOL. Thanks, FRIENDS.
Well it IS a vintage, collector’s edition. KRU was HUGE, plus the fact that a VCR player is practically extinct. hmmph.
These are the other stalls to our right. Mostly selling clothes.
It was quite a new experience for me at this flea market. First of all, I have never sold any of my personal belongings before. And second, I always sell things that I make at flea markets. I didn’t particularly enjoy people going through my stuff and then giving dirty looks as if I were not there. I am highly protective and particular about my stuff, hehe.
So I shall stick to selling my own creations, I guess.
At least we had yummy donuts.
Just a question though. How come on both days, Fp and I were squeezed into the backseat with ALL of the junk?
Not that we were complaining, of course.