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Or Wile E. Coyote, with his attempts to catch the Road Runner, or Sylvester, and his attempts to catch Tweety or Speedy Gonzales. Dynamite, anvils, boulders, bird seed, cheese, mouse traps, and bombs seem to be plentiful on the Looney Tunes sets.
If indeed Abercrombie and Fitch should decline in popularity and/or close its mall stores, look for A&F clothing in discount stores, in even wider ranges of sizes. Remember Jordache Jeans from the early 1980's? Jordache never made "plus sizes" either. Once the designer-jeans fad faded by the mid-to-late 1980's, I st...more
Just as the president of Lane Bryant goes after the "plus size set." Fortunately, I don't fit Abercrombie and Fitch's typical customer (too old, too overweight, and too nerdy), and I'm proud to say that. Any clothing from a "cool" store from the mall is overpriced and designed for style rather than substance. I'm ju...more
Or the "mystery meat" that used to be common in school cafeterias. I often wondered if Taco Bell beef contained soy or fillers. When it comes to chain-restaurant Mexican, I do prefer Chipotle or Qdoba over Taco Bell. A little more expensive, but well worth it.
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