TV Gameshows That Take Place In IKEA Will Scar YouTV Game Shows That Take Place In IKEAs Will Scar You For Life
"What newfangled sport have they come up with NOW?" Alice groaned, blasting her iPod up louder.
"This one you will enjoy, my little sis~" Her brother Scottie grinned. "It's... Ya guessin'? Guessin'? Hmm? Hmm? Hmm?"
The look on his younger sister's face was so unamused that he immediately burst out with, "IKEA shopping racing!"
"IKEA shopping racing- what the heck? The people on this 'Extreme Wacky Sports' show are insane, why do you make me watch this? Sherlock is calling my name!" Alice exasperated.
Scottie just laughed. "You can watch your creepy British television later! Just this one episode, pleeeeease?"
"Fine." Alice sighed. Grinning once more, Scottie switched the TV on. An extremely old, wrinkled host and a young hostess with way too much makeup on and who looked like she visited the tanning booth and a plastic surgeon way way too much were standing in front of an IKEA in Stockholm. They were conversing in ra
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Ludwig walked along the cobble-stone road towards his home. He fumbled with the brown paper grocery bags he held in both hands. He was afraid that the contents would fall out and land on the floor. He silently cursed the shop he had come from for not having made the upgrade to plastic bags.
This would have been much easier if these bags had handles. Is Heracles that poor? He thought to himself. He immediately regretted the cruel thought ever passing his mind.
Heracles shop, Karpusi's Greece, had many customers, despite it being a very small shop. His shop always had fresh fruit and vegetables, with fine cuts of meat (and no one had reported getting food poisoning or mad cow disease from his shop yet) and welcoming cashiers. It was also affordable for big families (which was good for him considering that he only lived with his brother Gilbert).
Heracles had finally realized his dreams after Hetalia School, and Ludwig was happy for him.
Now that he really thought about