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D'Snowth

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Which one? I think they recasted Tinky Winky two or three times. They fired the first guy over that whole gay controversy started by that American pastor.
 

D'Snowth

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Ooh. I think he was Tinky Winky #2, but he seems to have been the most well-known of the Tinky Winky's . . . or, at least, whenever there are rare interviews with the cast, he's usually the one they include.

Nevertheless . . . froze to death. Wow.
 

Froggy Fool

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I don't even know what Piggly Wiggly is like, we don't have them where I live.

Then again, we don't have 7-11 either, though I know they're a major convenience chain.

It's funny how we're a major city, yet we have more local chains and such than we do major national chains.
I've only been one once or twice, and they're not spectacular.

Also, I have never been in a 7-11.
 

MikaelaMuppet

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My aunt’s retired now because she got laid off and my cousin moved out and now lives in an apartment in another part of New Hampshire.
 
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