shafnutz05 wrote:Anyone on this board actually like The Clarks? I feel like that is +1000 Yinzer points.
I guy I worked with back when I was an A/V technician in college grew up as a neighbor to the lead singer of the Clarks, and he always said that guy was a d-bag who once stole his skateboard when they were kids. Every time a Clarks song would come on my coworker would curse at the radio and yell “Gimme back my skateboard!”
shafnutz05 wrote:Prior to it becoming a Juggalo staple, was Faygo previously a western PA thing? I remember having like 6 different varieties of Faygo growing up, and it definitely seemed like a white-trashy style drink.
My mother would buy Faygo for us because it was some of the first sugar-free stuff on the market (made with saccharine back in the days where it still had a cancer warning).
Rylan wrote:Hills had the best slushies.
The Hills at the Clearview Mall in Butler closed an hour after the rest of the mall, so when my family would go shopping we would all meet up in Hills after everything else closed for the night. They did have the best slushies.
mac5155 wrote:Ollies is pretty similar to Big Lots.
Mac, you need to go to Trader Horn. I think this place would be your heaven.
Trader Horn is awesome. I never get out of there without spending at least $50, even if I walked in some something that should only cost a buck. It’s a combination of an old-school small-town hardware store with the old concept of a “five and dime.” They sell tools, plumbing and electrical supplies, hardware, gardening stuff, furniture, food, pop, small appliances, books, craft supplies, ammunition and sporting goods, automobile stuff like oil and wipers, and a bunch more. They also tend to have all sorts of neat gadgets and off-brand stuff you never see anywhere else.