Friday, October 8, 2010

Open up your lovin' arms

October 8, 2010 and I am making another post on the same day!
What does this mean? It means I made two trades on the same day.
How could this be?
Well, I knew I was getting the alarm clock today, so I posted it on craigslist hoping to see if I could get any offers.
This morning, at around 9 AM, I got that offer.
A ceiling fan.
A southern gentleman named Raymond offered me this ceiling fan for the pink alarm clock.
Lets take a look:

I would say it's a pretty big upgrade,wouldn't you? 
As you can see, things are definitely getting interesting with the possibility of items I can now trade. 
I have no idea what my next trade will be, but I am sure I will receive plenty of interesting offers!
I shall press further into the unknown... of craigslist that is.

You don't seem to come around

October 8, 2010 and I have made my second trade.
My friend Camille was kind enough to trade me one of her items, a pink alarm clock!
So I said goodbye to the ceramic frog and hello to the pink alarm clock.

Usually at this point I will explain what I am expecting to get out of the next trade, but that has already been completed!
I shall explain in my next post exactly what I am talking about.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Do you know why they call me frog?

October 6, 2010 and I already made my first trade
My friend Nick offered this ceramic frog he got from Mexico for my yo yo.
Check it out.

Now this next trade is crucial in my overall trade sequence. You can call it a "bridge" of sorts.
This next item has to be something that will transition well enough so I can start getting big trades.
I feel I have started off with a good trade and it can only get better.

Welcome to my world

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

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Monday, October 4, 2010

Baby Blue

It starts with a dream.
Today on October 4, 2010, I start my epic quest of the ultimate trade sequence. I am starting with a simple item --One Naurto YoYo. I am going to spend the next few weeks looking for the best trade opportunities. Join me in my quest for ultimate satisfaction or something close to that.

If you would like to make a trade with me, here are some rules you need to know before you should even consider proposing to me:
The item cannot be perishable (i.e. food, beer, clothes.)
The item must be of higher value than the item I am trying to trade.
The item must be of reasonable size and available for me to pick up within a reasonable time.

Follow these simple rules and I will have the best trading sequence EVER.
My email is 

I will be making new blogs showing my current item I am trying to trade.

It starts with a Yo-yo