News, but not the serious kind
Goofy new attraction for Doughnut Day
Well, not exactly, but in the tourist entertainment business it’s a fact of life that you have to have a couple of wax figures, just to pull the hayseeds in off the streets.
Warm doughnuts and goofy faces aren’t enough anymore?
Sadly, apparently not. So I got a very good deal on a wax Paul McCartney and Barack Obama.
Why were they such a bargain?
Just look at them! They’re horrible! No facial expressions, no life, they might as well have WAX stamped on their foreheads.
We put them face-to-face in our museum just for fun, as if they met but couldn’t think of anything to say to each other. Oh well, the stupid tourists seem to love it.
By the way, isn’t there something you want to say to me today?
YES! HAPPY NATIONAL DOUGHNUT DAY, BLOG GUY!
Thanks, you remembered! Mention this blog at the museum today, and get a free doughnut made fresh within the past week or so.
U.S. President Barack Obama honors Paul McCartney at the White House in Washington June 2, 2010. McCartney was awarded the 3rd Gershwin Prize for Popular Song from the Library of Congress. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
A Tim Hortons employee grabs a doughnut for a customer in Calgary in a 2006 file photo. REUTERS/J.P. Moczulski
A customer samples a doughnut at the opening of the Krispy Kreme doughnut store at Harrods in London, in a 2003 file photo. REUTERS/David Bebber