Woman on quest to trade a bobby pin for a house

Demi Skipper of San Francisco is documenting her “trade me project” on social media gaining over 3 million followers.
0:59 | 07/08/20

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Concern imaging to treat a body and prayer house. In 2006 summon traded their way from red paper clip to house. I figured why couldn't night. I treated the body and there appeared earrings and those hearings Chris Santa Margarita glasses. This afternoon I found ink on things that. The one of the Margarita glasses so I traded those for a Bissell vacuum cleaner. At.

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