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Tuesday, November 11, 2003



Over the weekend I happened to find myself at target, not a big deal mind you, happens to everyone I suppose. I was walking around looking for the standard items one looks for at a target, hair care stuff and what not. I found myself in the toy department, looking at action figures and such. Of course I find not one, not two but three figures that are so cool I could hardly contain myself. Most people would assume the figures in question would be some kind of monkey kung fu grip gi Joe with twenty points of articulation.


I found the Princess Kashmir figure from the Simpson's (the striper that Homer was dancing with and someone took a picture of and it was posted all over Bart's school), Janice from the Muppet Show band, and the girl elf from Rudolph & the Island of Misfit Toys. Now, the smart money would be on Princess Kashmir or Janice, but I had to get the girl elf. Why you ask did I get this girly action figure, I have no clue, it was an impulse buy. It's just too cute, it might be the Christmas time stuff or that she has a cute smile. I guess I know that I will never see this figure again so I snagged it, it was only 4.99, and now all I need to do is find the boy elf with the shades and the elf that wanted to be a dentist. Then my collection of junk that I don't need will be closer to something.