That sweet old lady had some sass to her.
Happy new year! Let's all make 2013 a good one.
Have a good weekend, we'll catch you next week!
That is completely great.
Since the admin of this website is working, no uncertainty very soon it will be renowned, due
to its feature contents.
I just love all the empowered women out there in police or cop shows and I would love to take that on for my next role.
It's the daily routine of operating a real business. Some businesses think that they have to hire the most expensive voice talent or voice actor to capture their target market.
Bit random but I tried to subscribe to the RSS feed (using the feed button on the right) and got an error. Might be it doesn't work with my reader (a Chrome add on) but thought it might be a problem on the site's end.
Those and footwear are probably the *only* things that I will never buy from a Thrift store. (Celestia only *knows* whether the store or the person who donated them had them cleaned or not!)
hah, that brassiere is huge
That last panel kills me. I immediately put my grandmother's voice in it and it's just... oh goodness.
Kind of funny that I happen to live near, like, eight different thrift stores myself.
I feel like that old lady is how Yuko would look like when she's old.
IT'S A CYCLE.
Given time, Yuko will become enraptured with the search for where the bra came from. Years will pass. She gets a job at the store to keep a better eye on where it came from. Eventually, she will discover it. She had finally found it! She is tired and places it on the counter. She is so tired from her eternal search, she does not notice her younger self.
"I had no idea where this bra came from."
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