About a week ago I was at work and a retarded boy and his mother happened to come into the store. He immediately went for the Dragon Ball Z toys ranting and raving about the fifty percent off sticker. He says to his mom, "MOM!!! CAN I GET TWO DRAGON BALL TOYS?!?!?!" and his mom says, "No! I already bought you a toy!" And the kid goes, "BUT IT'S TRUNKS!!!!" I asked the manager for the key to the backroom because I couldn't keep myself from laughing. I ended up ringing the guy up while he regaled me with Dragon Ball Z stories. Before he left he informed me that he has two, count 'em, two Sailor Moon dolls. His mother muttered something about being on their way to a group home in San Diego and left in a scurry. I will never forget the lesson I learned that day.
Retards love anime.
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Hahaha this guy's friends are going to kick his ass if they ever find out he likes to watch anime.
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