Saturday, August 25, 2012

Six degrees of flea.o.logy!

In honor of just 

days left before flea.o.logy

it seems painfully obvious

that we should 

celebrate with

"The Six Degrees of flea.o.logy"

This is, of course, loosely based on the Six Degrees of Separation, which claims that every actor or actress is related to actor Kevin Bacon in six steps or less.  Below is an example of the game, as seen in a commercial for the Visa check card that parodied the game:

In the commercial, Bacon wants to write a check to buy a book, but the clerk asks for his ID, which he doesn't have.  He leaves and returns with a group of people, then says to the clerk, "Okay, I was in a movie with an extra, Eunice, whose hairdresser, Wayne, attended Sunday school with Father O'Neill, who plays racquetball with Dr. Sanjay, who recently removed  the appendix of Kim, who dumped you sophomore year.  So you see, we're practically brothers."   (Courtesy:

Now, let's see what we can do with our version. . .

You opened this blog post

which was posted by me, Cathie,

who likes to buy flea.o.logy goodies from Vickie,

who lives in Davis County, just like Noel,

who sells beautiful jewelry, just like Shireen
who makes her own beautiful creations,

which is something she has in common with Paula
who also makes beautiful recreated creations,

who is the one who began flea.o.logy all those years ago!

Display by Paula. . .

Can you come up with your own "Six degrees of flea.o.logy?"

(and. . . just six more blog followers to go before someone
wins the new Flea Market Style magazine!)

1 comment:

  1. Oh I can, I can ... Bruce was one of the original 6 dealers selling at fleaology back in 2006, he and talked his friend Rosemarie into selling a few year later ... after selling for a few year Rosemarie convinced Keith, a fellow Treasure's dealer that he should sell there too. When Chuck heard that Keith was in, he wanted in as well ... which, along with a few other strands of 6 degrees eventually lead to 35 + dealers joining in to share the fun... What you say? That's just 5 degrees? Nope each of our shoppers is the 6th, and getting to know them has been delightful!!