I was about to say, “I don’t remember this,” but then I realized a) I was nine and b) I only knew the beer my dad bought, and well, he liked the German stuff. Now I like the German stuff because I stole much of his beer.
Do you think there are companion mugs that say “Kiss My Grits” or whatever sound Horsha k made? I’m going to take your silence as a yes.
It’s funny how things work; you couldn’t pay me to wear this as a kid. If I showed this to either of my kids, they’d beg me to buy it for them. I gotta know if there is a Judd Hirsch one.
Bullet Man was once the ridicule of GI Joe collectors, but to me, he was GI Joe. Fun story, when I was 5 and got Bullet Man, I had to rescue his package from the garbage. I seriously took it out of the bags on the curb; I think that says a lot about me.
Now I will advise you that while it isn’t very sturdy, there is no way anybody else will have these at the airport.
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