It's a new year. It's a new day. And here you are, still buying pottery from a bunch of basic btiches.
Here's a New Year's resolution:
Exclusively buy your pots from a ma'fk'er who's as cold as ice instead.
(A House of Pots is as cold as ice)
Reach said ma’fk at:
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I was driving my truck recently during a snowstorm on Highway 36; it was cold as ice. I was willing to sacrifice, for my shop, when I didn't take advice and I began to spin on ice. Someday I'll pay the price, I know, though as I spun around twice, I didn't think, "I've seen this before, it happens all the time", blink, sweat, or regret not closing the door.
"I should probably get back on the road", I thought, "and add Foreigner lyrics when I retell this."
The only things that can keep me from selling plants and pottery on the weekends are road conditions that do me as cold as ice or if a Foreigner concert happens to be in town.
It's all going down from 11 to 6, Saturdays and Sundays, at the home of low, low prices:
A House of Pots
1620 w 74th way Denver CO 80221
I've got pots that are one-of-one, ones that cost $1, and the one that's the one you've been looking for, probably. Pots that cost hundreds of dollars are foreign to this land, though there's some extravagant planters that just came in from California that cost more than others.
Plants are great too, and we've got a few, priced from $10 to $45 by and large. Philodendron, spider plants, succulents, cacti, christmas cactus, house plants, pothos, you get the picture.
Pick two or more from all of the above and receive preferential treatment, like discounts, add-ons, or insider information about what my non-driving hand was doing while my underloaded rear-wheel drive vehicle was taking me for a spin.
Are any of the items pictured absolutely free without giving me no money?
Absolutely not, baby. What did you expect? I'm as cold as ice.
On the other hand, I can afford to spare free terracotta for accompanying children, broken pots past the point of sale, soggy, snow covered cardboard, ceramic breaks and shards for your assorted crafts, and Foreigner references. I’ll also pot your plants for free, throw in some soil, give you some cuttings, and, if you’re digging for gold, sometimes on Sundays a local grower gives me free plants to distribute. I also have free resin planters if you’re in need or you think this post did you as cold as ice.
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