How to Have a Successful Garage Sale

Step One: Put all of the stuff that you would consider selling into a dumpster
Bonus Step: Light the dumpster on fire


4 Responses to “How to Have a Successful Garage Sale ”

  1. Unless you use one illegally, dumpsters cost money.

    What we should have done in the first place, and will now have to do anyway is:
    One: Put everything in the driveway.
    Two: Post free stuff on Craigslist and twincitiesfreemarket.org and watch the vultures arrive and pick the carcass (or driveway) free.
    Three: Bring the scraps to the thrift store, if any.

    I was thinking Wednesday night?

  2. Goodwill was created especially for garage sale castoffs. Need to borrow a truck?

  3. Maybe we should stalk the lady who bought the Indian painting and the gigantic fork & spoon & dump everything on her front lawn. She seemed to be amazed by all our crap!

  4. She bought the Indian painting?? HA! Good. Now I don’t have to look at it anymore!

    Maybe you needed more Precious Moments figurines and Thomas Kincaid (Painter of Light®) merchandise—that would get the bovines out in force.

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