Most of these are probably considered to be normal questions but, for some reason, they make me develop this sort of bulging vein in my forehead. I think it's probably just a result of the stress that comes with selling at fairs, or maybe I'm just not really a people person.
1. "I could make that myself" (usually said loudly to whoever they are with - I'm never sure what they expect to achieve by saying this. With the exception of technological items, you could make pretty much anything in any shop you go into. You don't walk around Tesco going "I could grow those vegetables myself" though do you?)
2. "do you have this in any other colours?" (yes, yes, I actually have it in 50 other colours, I just don't put them out on display because I don't really want to sell things...)
3. "if I buy two necklaces can I get a discount?" (since you asked - no. Maybe you could ask Topshop though, I'm pretty sure they do discounts if you buy more than one item.)
4. "did you make this?" (they usually ask this question to whoever is helping me out, and then when they say "oh no my sister/daughter/friend did" the person responds "cool." WHY DID YOU ASK?!?!)
5. "how much do they cost to make?" (yup, people ACTUALLY ask this. for reals. my response was "if I told you I'd have to kill you." in my head was thinking "I may just kill you anyway though.")
6. "oh yeah I saw her stuff at the last one" (coincidentally this was at my first ever craft fair....)
8. "what age child are they suitable for?" (this was asked about a butterfly necklace - really, if you need to ask then maybe you shouldn't have children. How about, as soon as they are old enough not to strangle themselves to death with it.)