Went to the Sugarhouse DI today, it wasn't as good as the downtown one, but I saw a thing or two.
First, this t-shirt blatantly endorsed alcohol use (the bar advertised on the back made it even more clear)
Next: Chicago spelled in braille, original proceeds for the sale of this shirt benefited the Chicago Lighthouse for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired (when I was a kid I'm pretty sure it was just the "Chicago Lighthouse for the Blind"). I can think of people who'd be less than comfortable with a t-shirt that encouraged reading its text through touch, am I right?
Biker Rally tee, distant relative to the Pennsic Warriors? (if the back of this tee wasn't covered in lame corporate sponsor logos like it was for a a 5K Fun Run I'd have bought it)
Also found at the Sugarhouse DI: T-shirts that were actually very cool...maybe I bought both of these? And a third, secret t-shirt?
(No, I didn't make this whole mess in the dressing room. Haven't you ever been to a DI? This isn't unusual.)
The first lines of this book read: She only stopped screaming when she died. It was then that he started to scream. My niece Rachel saw this picture and said it looked like a Halloween Book. Good call.
And here ends my Sugarhouse DI report. Let the record show I also visited the Provo DI on this trip and the only item of interest I found there was this questionable cookie jar: