4 Responses to “And no good drapes, either. And no nice lamps.”

  1. jzimbert says:

    Actually, I can kind of see their logic here. After two or three visits, you pretty much know where the stores that matter to you are. But with that many points of etiquette in force, you’ll probably need a refresher now and then. Seriously, that mall has more rules than the Catholic church and Dungeons & Dragons combined. Which actually sounds like a cool idea for a religion. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to head over to one of my local malls, where the rules are: 1) If at all possible, please wear pants, unless you really, really don’t want to; and 2) Thank you for leaving your car outside.

  2. kirabug says:

    After two or three visits, you pretty much know where the stores that matter to you are.

    Unless you’re my mother, who, after 20 years, still can’t figure out which way to turn leaving Boscov’s to get to Sears.

  3. "Phoenix" Gibson says:

    Dungeons and Dragons + Religion + Shopping……well it looks like I need to take my 20th level High Priest for a quest around ye old mall freshly equipped with his +$3,500 card of spending to find the best selling pope-on-a-rope money can buy.

  4. greymutt says:

    Well, it was good to walk when we needed time out of the house with the new baby. Other than that it scares me a bit…

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