Where in the world (in Seattle) would I find mannequins or mannequin parts?
Anyone have some they want to discard or sell cheap?
Anyone know where I could find a black & white photo booth, preferably down near Pier 55? I'm sure one of those tourist places like Ye Olde Curiosity Shoppe has to have one. Pike Place area would be fine too.
Does anyone out there have a temperpedic or other sort of memory foam bed? Do people have an opinion on weather or not they're worthwhile and which type is the best value for the money. I'd love some info to help me make a decision. thanks.
Dear small markets of Seattle Greater Metropolitan Area:
A delicatessen, or deli, is a place where you should be able to buy freshly sliced cold cuts, and in some cases cheese. Other foods are allowable, like potato salad, or dill pickles, or such things that might be good with a sandwich, which you also have the option of making.
That your shitty excuse for a convenience store bought a stack of ham and american on white bread sandwiches and put them on your shelves two months ago does not meet the criteria to allow you to slap "deli" on your awning, let alone DARE to name yourself "the [whatever] deli", anymore than that dusty box of Sutter Home White Zinfandel makes you a winery or a stale pack of Hostess Donettes lets you call yourself a god damned bakery.
There are lots of terms to describe yourself with: minimart, convenient store, maybe corner market where appropriate, and grocery is pushing the boundaries of reason. The fuckers in Michigan have the hubris to call themselves "party stores". Right bastards.
Now I recognize that I've only been here a few months, so maybe I'm just not hip to local naming conventions or whatever, but I really want to be able to find a decent sandwich. I can't piss ten feet without hitting a Subway, but I REALLY want to be able to find a decent sandwich or cuts when I want them. Yes, I know the supermarkets have delis built in, but they're soulless, and their pastrami always sucks ass.
Any suggestions? Tell me your favorites.
Yes, I've already checked memories and with the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle.
I recently moved to Seattle and I am looking for a place to get my hair cut.
I have unruly thick hair so I need someone that's handy with thinning hair out and not making me look like I let a 6 year old do my hair. I would also like to pay less than 45 bucks.
Any location will do, I just would like some input.