Etsy, I hardly knew you.

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A few years ago I was mindlessly cruising the internet and discovered Etsy. There are some fabulous jewelry designers selling on that platform and I fell down the rabbit hole quite quickly. Falling can be dangerous, not to mention expensive… so I make a point of avoiding it now.

Until Facebook decided I needed to go back and purchase this rather strange assortment of items.

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Um… no.

If I can’t have an authentic mummified head from the Ptolemaic dynasty? No fully toothed polymerised head will do.

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For the love of all that’s holy, no.

What the utter f*ck!

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Interesting, but alas we have already built our man cave bar. For considerably fewer thousands.

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All season cat shelter?

It’s a Rubbermaid tub with holes. I’ll pass.

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Sure. Nothing could go wrong here.

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Support your carefree jumping youngster with two eyelet hooks that are already splitting the wallboard.

No problem there.

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23 thoughts on “Etsy, I hardly knew you.”

  1. Oh geez! All the other “inventions” here leave something to be desired. The cat shelter one is something that is a big hit here in the winter. A lot of people use them, especially on the college campuses where the feral cats are cared for but are too wild to be taken in somewhere. They are warm and keep the felines dry during the harsh rain and snow. I made two for the two feral cats I’m feeding in my back yard. They left me a note saying they appreciate the gesture.

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      1. No I used two old Igloo coolers, they are much more sturdy and I can clean them out quickly if need be. I also managed to get some hay for the inside. The local shelter said it’s much safer and keeps them drier and warmer than say old blankets or towels.

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      2. We used to have a large wooden dog house down south that I bought for cats. It was sturdy, shingled and had hay and a blanket. The cats never used it, but we did have an opossum move in.
        🤣

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