I’ve said it before and I will say it again. Stick around the Suburbs long enough and you will see a little bit of every kind of crazy. This however, was a new one for me.
A couple of months ago, the lady down the street lost her husband. This is an older couple, but none the less, death is always sad.
Last weekend, little old lady had a garage sale. As we drove by I took a
super nosy peek at what she was selling. A beaten up desk, some mirrors, a TV and racks and racks of little old man clothes. It took a moment for my brain to register what it was seeing.
Little old lady was selling her dead husbands clothes and people were buying them! Shiver.
Now it’s not like I generally go “Garage Sale-ing” and on the odd occasion that I have, I sure haven’t picked up any man clothes, but for some reason this really freaked me out! Aren’t there some things that should be off limits for “re-sale”? I’m thinking things like, oh I don’t know, used doggy chew toys, puzzles with half the pieces missing, and dead man clothes should not be sitting in a persons driveway with for sale stickers on them. New Suburban law, don’t sell your dead partners clothes in a garage sale. It’s icky. Thoughts?
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