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they're invading our malls
besa me mucho, disturbing
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Build-A-Bear Workshop is a chain of stores that let you build your own teddy bear -- you pick how stuffed it is, what it wears, its name, that sort of thing. One just opened in the Bayshore Shopping Centre in the west end, so they had a little feature story on the local A Channel morning show, with one of the hosts broadcasting from the store, etc.

Anyhow, out in front of the store they have a big sign, shaped like a stop sign, that reads:
STOP HERE FOR FURRY FUN!

Uh, guys? I don't think that... oh, nevermind.


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...because the alternative...

STOP HERE FOR PLUSHIE FUN!


...is so much better! ;-)

Now that I think about it, there were mascots in fursuits running around in the store. I wish I had time to take a picture of them posed by the sign or something.

Re: They started in Vineland, NJ

Also: http://adjectivenoun.org/gallery2/d/12549-2/img_0667.jpg

Note: calitalization of "Bear"
Also note: commanding phrase that begs for an implied dammit

Re: They started in Vineland, NJ

s/calitalization/capitalization/

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