Tuesday, March 23, 2010

More Antique Awesomeness

Jeremy and I went to Scott Antique Market for the first time earlier this month. If you've never heard of it, it's an antique market that's held every second weekend of the month and is in two buildings that together span 366,000 square feet......not to mention the outside vendors!



I was really in more of a lookin' mood than buyin' mood.....and I didn't have much cash on me either which I think is the only thing most vendors except.....at least shoppin' in my price range.

I wanted all this......




.....and this......who wouldn't love a giraffe with little tube things sproutin' from his head?




.....and then this. No smokin' in our house, but so what? That shit's just awesome.


...and Mr. Tiger.....despite the fact the he was very Ed Hardy-ish, I really loved him.



These guys....they were fantastical. Tennis playin' chipmunks. I woulda took 'em home and named 'em somthin' like Sampson and Borris and they coulda hung with Tina and her baby wolfcat, but at $245, they were a bit outta my price range.


So after hours of walkin' around that was pretty much all I found that I wanted. I'd say I much prefer Big Shanty, but we'll go back to this one when it comes back around....if only for the food.....

Jeremy had his first gyro ever and I had my first falafel ever. It was ok. I'm way to much of a meat eater to have truly enjoyed it though. Next time I'ma try my hand at the fried chicken, greens and macaroni and cheese covered in bacon. It all looked A-mazin'. I love food.

5 comments:

BlondeShot Creative said...

I can't believe we didn't see you that day! I'm thinking maybe Ed Hardy is that tiger-ish instead.

'Cuz I Felt Like It! said...

It is pretty crazy! We do plan on going back next month. There were some wooden wings an outside vendor had that I really loved.

.....and totally agreed as far as the tiger goes. Ed Hary's stuff is awesome, it's just too bad his art has been douchebagified by people like Paris Hilton.

Super Blogger Girl! said...

yeah stuffed animals are expensive, when we were looking at houses a few years ago this one house was full of taxidermy and I almost stole a muskrat with a sun dress on.

'Cuz I Felt Like It! said...

You're right Super Blogger Girl! I hate it.....I've taken to buying little feltidermy animals on etsy......

Ally said...

Falafel is rad. I had my first one at the very first Lolapolooza that came through the NY/NJ area in 1991.

So yum!

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