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Remember the Ice Cream Truck Man? Bet You Don’t Remember His Cigarette Ash-dangle and Grease ‘Stache.
One of the fondest childhood memories is the simple euphoric joy of hearing that chimy jingle rumble down your suburban block. The ice cream man. His glorious white truck of milky vanilla goodness glints in the early evening sunlight. His … Continue reading
As a nation of rich history, enduring grit and humble perseverance, we’ve got a lot to be proud of. We came over here, fiercely battled for our independence, settled millions of acres of beautiful, uninhabited land. Because that’s how it … Continue reading
You look back on your childhood and remember all those times you got cash for teeth. Nostalgically you reminisce about the gap toothed smile, putting your teeth in a jar, making little tribal aboriginal necklaces out of your kid molars. … Continue reading
I Smell Leather, and Baskets, and That Guy’s Ketchup-stained Slipknot Shirt Almost Matches His Grease Ponytail. Yeah, I’m at a Flea Market.
I’m a really positive person. I only hate a couple things in this life. I hate crinkling potato chip bags. I hate Pea coats. I hate people who pop the collars on their pea coats. I hate the way people … Continue reading
There’s only one thing worse than having customers in your place of business. Lingerers. The lingerer. A soulless beast who picks things up and puts them on other shelves, a Golem long known to spend hours in front of a … Continue reading
What’s the most important thing that happens in the course of a day? A man throws himself in the street to save a child from death by vehicle. Nope. On his death bed a dying man for the first time … Continue reading