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Wendy's Smart Links Kids Meal PAL Toy 2011

by Wendy's

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  • Shipping Weight: 6.1 ounces
  • ASIN: B004SHOUQ6
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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1 of 14 people found the following review helpful By PALhater696969 on March 20, 2013
The only reason I ever go to Wendy's is for the kids meal toys. After coming home from Nam, I was unable to reintegrate into society. As time went on, I found the only thing that could calm my ailing mind was the soothing plastic delights of Wendy's toys. You can imagine my excitement as I opened up PAL and inhaled the orgasmic fumes of mass-produced-child-chocking-plastic. I felt my hands begin to shake, as all 11 of my fingers begged out for PAL's assembly. I began at once, connecting the various rings, making sure to caress every inch of them as I locked them firmly into place. Bit by bit, the body of my PAL began to form before my very eyes, and my heart rate began to increase. I felt blood pumping through my entire body and I neared the climax of PAL's birth. Finally, only one part of my PAL remained. The head. Unable to speak, with the entire room spinning around me, I reached for PAL's head. I prepared myself for the glorious union of head and body. With PAL's body firmly griped in my left hand, and PAL's head gently placed between the fingers on my right, I moved PAL's head into place for union, only to find....... the was no place for his head to go. At first I was confused. Surely Wendy's wouldn't consider tormenting its loyal customers by giving PAL a head that has no place to link up with his body? My confusion then turned into frustration. Soon, I found myself screaming at my incomplete PAL; asking him where the diddle his head went. What is a PAL without head? What is he? WHAT! Eventually I was evicted from Wendy's for "disturbing the peace". I took my PAL parts with me. I knew I had to complete him. I knew I wouldn't be able to deal with the guilt of having created a living being like PAL, and not letting him see or eat or use his head for other activities.Read more ›
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