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An Item From the CP Shop

Bacon Scarf

SM0148 ID SM0148 (photo)
Arrived 5/7/07, USPS
From Tamara Shopshin, NYC
Description A, scarf, that, looks, like, BACON.
More info Shopshin's General Store
Swapped for TBD
Status at CP

You'd think this would be getting old by now. You'd think we'd actually sort of groan when MS comes up the stairs with another armload of Priority Mail cartons. To be honest, the paperwork is grueling, but we haven't lost our idealistic giddyness for one single moment, because every day brings more amazing stuff, and you just never know when you're going to open a package and find a lovingly-butcher-paper-wrapped BACON SCARF. It's hard to explain just how much BB loves bacon. He's not one of those Bacon-Of-The-Month-Club showoffs bragging about his applewood-smoked bacon from Guatamala, he's just a dude who loves nothing more than salty fatty meat, especially on a sesame bagel with an egg and some cheese. BB also happens to be a soccer fan and owns a couple dozen colorful acrylic scarves already. So suffice to say, BB is the target market for a bacon scarf, if ever there was one. God bless you, Tamara Shopshin. (Check out her awesome General Store.)

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