There are indeed other Target locations within a reasonable distance, and at least one seems to have it in stock. I'll find out tonight!ALAS I went to two different Targets and spent entirely too long wandering around determined to find the outfit on my own. But it wasn't in the location specified on the app, in fact it wasn't at either store, not in any size. My wife went to a 3rd location: nope, not there either [despite that fact that the website suggested that it should be]. I'm exhausted and I have nothing interesting to wear. I think I'll just wear a nice suit and scowl at anyone that suggests I could have tried harder. Harder? NO. Smarter? Yeah, well, clearly.1
There are indeed other Target locations within a reasonable distance, and at least one seems to have it in stock. I'll find out tonight!1
I liked the idea of a sweater paired with pants that are also made of the exact same sweater material / pattern. But this is like, a real suit? Sweet. I like it.
No way I rock it the way you do but fortunately my co-workers don't know you so maybe I'll get away with it.2
For my birthday this year, I want to play Monopoly or Risk on the PS4 with folks from WAYDRN.
OK, so my birthday was 2 weeks ago. Does that matter? Are you really going to deny a senior citizen a simple wish before he crumbles into dust?3
The Shape of Water
No spoilers. In fact I'm going to share basically nothing other than the look and feel of it.
Required viewing if you are (or "used to be") a fan of Guillermo del Toro. Fantastic cinematography. Wonderful acting performances by Sally Hawkins, Michael Shannon (what a foul creature!), and Richard Jenkins. Oh and Doug Jones, I'm so used to him playing the part of a fish-man that I almost failed to give him credit here.
The story? It's a bit ham-handed. But it's a fairy tale, it's supposed to have its themes spelled out in bold and underlined, right? Rated R for sexual content, graphic nudity, violence, and language.2