Wednesday, February 23, 2011

The Most Epic Teapot

My name is Keith, and I like to party.

Originally from Boston, I've lived most of my life in Florida, and currently spend my time as an art student in St. Petersburg, Fl. I really love the ocean. I love going to the beach and spending the whole day just doing beach stuff. I also love traveling. I travel constantly. I want to see the world and take pictures of everything. 

(That's me doing ocean things.)
Here is the point. I have a question for you. What is the most epic thing in the world? I will give you a hint. It's my teapot. 
And I want to trade it.

To you.

I want to trade it for something a little bit bigger or awesomer. (Yes, awesomer.) What does that mean? Well, what do you have? A toaster? A bike tire? I don't really know.

My goal: a boat. Specifically a sailboat. An awesome one. I want to live on a boat, sail around the world, take pictures and be more epic than any one or any thing that has ever epic-ed before.

If you trade with me, not only will I put you on my blog, I will write a bio for you explaining to the world exactly how awesome you are. (Which would be EXTREMELY AWESOME.) If you're interested in trading with me, please hit me up with an email at


  1. Your teapot /is/ pretty epic, Keith. But I don't know what I have for trades. Let me look around my apartment. XD

  2. I have tons of things to trade for that really awesome teapot...for starters I have these cables that I bought which I assumed I could use to connect my borrowed WII to my new flat screen TV...FAIL, apparently I need HDMI cables (the ones I bought, AND willing to trade are component video plus stereo audio). I have no use for them....OR...I have a crock pot...never used it and it sits in my could def. use that to make some awesome meals, since you're going for awesome. I also have a really neat chair. Its light blue and I am sure this particular chair had three other neat chairs that when with it, and I am also sure that it got left behind at my house and its original owner has no idea where this chair is...SO this could help you along the way, the original owner may see it and be willing to make a trade. Oh yeah the neat thing about this chair isn't that it is light blue, however it folds for great storage...slid it right in to a closet or under a bed.