7/30 - There's a Chance I Was Put Here to Sell You Pots - Plants + Planters for Sale

I was chatting with a high-ranking pottery executive the other day, you know, another blue blood, when I became entrenched in the realization of how fortunate I am to sell pottery for a living.

I know, you might be thinking, “but this is all for free, right?”, and I’ll stop you right there. Beyond this free narrative, I have the good fortune of selling the good people of Colorado ceramics, pottery, plant pots, and potty, pot, pots.

What my posts should show is that anyone could do what I do, say what I say, rhetoric, rhyme, limircs without rhyme or reason, and find results all because of one thing:

the pots

These pots, priced $1 to $x00, sell themselves, in times of doubt, uncertainty, pandemic, and calamity. No recession can produce a regression in the cumulative wants, needs, and desires of plants and their plant people.

And for this, I am fortunate, because people will come no matter what I do or say so long as I’ve got the pots and the low, low prices.

Low, low prices you say? Yes.

Buy two items or more and we can address your total purchase with generous discounts, or even add in free items if we’re both feeling a little adventurous.

I’ll venture a guess you don’t know my address. I’m in North Denver, off Highway 36 and the Pecos exit, and if you can’t find me still, message me, and I’ll give you my address:

<< 909 >> << 744 >> << 7708 >>

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This house of pots you speak of, is it an “a” or a “the” or some kind of article in between?

A House of Pots

Open Saturdays and Sundays from 11-6 or something like that.

If you’re still interested in visiting, there's a chance I was put here to sell you pots. It’s a good thing that there’s also plants and planters for sale as well.

I might as well tell you about the things I have absolutely for free that you can take all or none of:

Rubbage, cracked pottery, ceramic bits, terracotta chips, dirt for the plants you purchase, discounts with purchase, cardboard, clippings occasionally, nursery planters too, and wet paper boxes

I might as well sell you this pottery jargon too:

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*** More like one out of a million? So you're telling me there's a chance? YEAAH! ***

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