Thursday, October 18, 2007

How Do I Explain This?

I've been licensing a stamp line created by one of the most twisted, humorous designers I've ever met -- JK Beard. I'm slowly getting all her products added to my computer products database. Which means, when I sell something that's not in the database, it gets entered.

With the last minute rush of Halloween stamps I've been selling, I'm just wondering... How am I supposed to explain to the accountant that I now sell "Pickled Brains?"

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7 comments:

Becky said...

I love those stamps! How the torch been treating you. I miss mine so!

Ordinary Janet said...

I hope your accountant has a sense of humor!

It would be interesting to write a check and put in the memo line "for Pickled Brains". Wonder if anyone at the bank would notice, or if they'd alert Homeland Security?

CreekHiker said...

Janet, I'd be afraid to test that!

Annie said...

I used to keep a can of pork brains in my pantry just to remind myself that if I were really hungry they'd look good to me. They never did look good. Pickled brains - same, same, I'm sure.

CreekHiker said...

Becky, So weird... your comment appeared way after Janet's... torching is fine...just not enough time. Check out the folly site.

Annie, Odd diet strategy... I'm afraid they'd never look good to me either.

Annie said...

But why can't you go barefooted? What happens when you do?

CreekHiker said...

Annie, Great pain! Last night I was cleaning out my medicine / toiletry closet after finding some meds from a decade ago. Because I was on carpet, I didn't put on shoes. My plantar fascia tendon throbbed all night.