Friday, June 07, 2013

Sears Discothèque

This weekend, if you can't get out to the discothèque, bring the discothèque to you!




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When dolls are tired, fold discothèque into colorful, carry-along radio.

Dolls (and poppers) not included.

18 comments:

  1. I unfortunately was not allowed past the velvet (een)
    rope, so I had to go to klub K mart. :(

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    1. JASON: Kmart?

      Then you might want to select something from the Jaclyn Smith collection.

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    1. LX: Just for that I’m adding your name to the “banned for life” list here on Infomaniac.

      Norma’s just one snarky comment away.

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  3. barbie's glum. this ascotted queen she's sitting with is cruising some clone across the club and it dawns on her that she's goin' home in a cab.

    alone.

    again.

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    1. That's what the tramp gets for stepping out on Ken with Roofie Ralph.

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    2. NORMA & PEENEE: Looks like she’s getting over it.

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    3. mj: okay, but it's your straw.

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    4. He's telling her that when he buys this club, she'll big making BIG tips giving lap dances.

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    5. ... gimme a fiver quick, my straw's broken ...

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  4. where is my damned puka shell necklace?

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    1. TOPHER: Your pearl necklace is obscuring it.

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  5. On Tuesday Nights its the domain of Women's Fast Pitch Midge and her womyn's Iris league teams. She plays for the Gertrude Beer-Steins. No symbols of the Male Dominated Societal Patriarchy allowed. And the AM radio only plays Torn Between Two Lovers and I Have Never Been to Me.

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  6. And at $13.99 it's just like the cover you pay in a real disco...

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    1. AYEM8Y: Is the cover that high at your roller disco bingo nights?

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    1. MAGO: My favourite disco diva!

      I like how John Waters described Sylvester in that video clip…

      This was Billie Holiday and Diana Ross on LSD.

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