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Archie McPhee, Wallingford, Seattle, WA
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Less Talk More Monkey! Archie McPhee is geek central to those who enjoy kitsch novelties such as rubber chickens, punching nuns, glow in the dark aliens and such. Located on Stone Way and 45th in the Wallingford neighborhood of Seattle, the counterculture store is frequented by locals and tourists of all ages. Like the sign says… ‘Approved by the Council of Monsters’
Copyright: Bill Edwards
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Uploaded: 28/04/2014
Atualizado: 01/07/2014
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Tags: archie mcphee; wallingford; seattle; washington; novelties; kitsch
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