**and as a sidenote, these pictures are really bad quality**
#1 when sellers price the items for what they are worth versus what people will actually pay for them.
10 bucks for tiny fridgies (that had been run through a dishwasher a few times)?! umm NO. the funny thing is, this particular seller has a booth at another local thrift store and she has her pyrex priced MUCH lower. weird.
#2 when they label the items "vintage/antique bake ware". umm if you are going to go to the trouble of over-describing it... at least flip the bowl over and read PYREX on the bottom. haha
#3 (and this might just be cooky ole me) when i make up a story about the person who owns the booth... and it turns out they are the total opposite of what i thought.
for example, i had it in my head that the lady who had all the pyrex in this one booth was older, maybe a sweet grandmother, who was down-sizing her home, possibly moving into an apartment or in with a daughter, and she had to find a way to get rid of all her vintage pyrex, Tupperware and other kitchen gadgets. (hey, it could happen right?)well it turns out (after i asked the store owner to describe her... i promise it's a lot less creepy than it sounds. haha) she is a middle-aged Asian woman who yard sales every weekend and then turns around and sells the goods to people like me. i just thought it would be nice to get this off my chest. hopefully all this "complaining" doesn't jinx me for my pyrex hunt this weekend.
do y'all have any "pyrex pet peeves"?
p.s. i recently RACKED UP on more blue pieces.