Greetings, Wednesday! Greetings, WTF!
Old man winter has again dealt an icy blow to western NC, thereby impeding my thrifting, but still there is WTF to be found, just gotta poke around!
Speaking of winter, here’s a polaroid from back when little kids didn’t have boots, they tied plastic bags to their feet.
Behold a book called Taxidermy. First published in 1943.
Full of instructions and diagrams for skinning and mounting a panoply of animals.
Includes the easy way to skin any kind of lizard, and a great tip – put crumpled tissue paper under your stuffed crayfish. More lifelike.
Here was one of my first business ventures:
It was a failure.
Meet the Fatheads. Second grade art gone awry.
Last but not least, Pouncey’s tail.
As with all wtf wednesdays, there are no answers, only questions leading to more questions.
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New WTF this week: