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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Corner Store

At the neighborhood corner store, a young woman approaches the register, where a round-bellied man, nicknamed the Big Piñata, rings up her purchases. “I might be old and worn,” he informs her, “but there’s still a lot of candy left in this piñata.” The woman exits with her groceries—but no candy.

Thanks to Maude Hines.

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