Kaleidoscope seeks buyer; Pretty Mama announces closing

Sheryl Guidera, the owner of Kaleidoscope Toy Store, is looking to sell and retire after owning the business for 25 years. Full Story
Bialvodkrase

Danville, CA

#1 Jul 28, 2014
Isn't Pretty Mama a clothing store for 'plus size' women. Lol. someone should buy it and rename it after certain suspected posters on this forum.

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#2 Jul 29, 2014
Bialvodkrase wrote:
Isn't Pretty Mama a clothing store for 'plus size' women. Lol. someone should buy it and rename it after certain suspected posters on this forum.
Me 'n Phatty?? Duh...

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