Yes, Darryl, that was the only
IHOP in Birmingham during the old days. And yes, Darryl, we had syrup
here in Alabama. Even plates, knives and forks. Butter, too.
Wonders never cease.
Unfortunately, Mr. & Mrs. Claus
are arriving by ordinary automobile. No helicopter was available
due to an exclusive contract with that other mall in the
east part of town.
We at Western Hills Mall have to
make do with the resources on hand. But at least our
Christmas tree sings. And doesn't freak out children, unlike certain
other Yuletide yakketytrees. You know the one I'm talking
about. We all do. It's a disgrace.
Please shop here. Blue-collar
malls need love, too.
Goldilocks has been demoted to
photog. C'mon, Mom, you know you want to buy photo sets for
all your loved ones. Wallet shots start at a most affordable $25.00!
And if fine dining wasn't quite
your speed (or budget):
Russell says: True enough,
but I believe these were the understudies. Those who didn't quite
make the cut, but were kept around just in case Big Bird sprained a giblet,
or Oscar went all Jerry Springer on everyone.
Hey, you never know. Be sure
to look for a young Count Chocula, trying his hand at light accounting
prior to landing his big break over at General Mills.
AND NOW, TIME FOR TOYS ....
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