I like garters, whiskey sours, and bobbed hair.
thinks that's so Jake!
Aw hell naw! *shudders*
I'd like to applaud the post-production team for doing a superb job air-brushing away all her stretchmarks.
I've seriously thought about it, but I have no idea how to actually move to Canada legally. What do I need to do? What is the best way to go about it? Don't you have to have a job there before you can move there? How do I find out this information?
No, seriously, if anyone knows HOW to move there, let me know please.
I like the idea of the Craft Mafia, but their website doesn't really get into the fine-print details of what one could expect upon joining. "Website & print cross-promotion" and "support & friendship" seems like the easy kind of things people could do on their own, for free, through their own personal networking.
Also, how does the Craft Mafia expect to bring in the shoppers by charging a $2 cover to their events, especially with all the other free crafty fairs going on here in PDX all the time?
Don't get me wrong. I'm not a hater. I love the craft scene here and I think having a craft mafia is a good idea. I just think their website needs some more information on how this all works.
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