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Attending parades and other spectacular events can be quite enjoyable. Although, it is the not untold experience of those shorter in stature that their view is often obstructed by others.
Those others, whomever they may be, should wear the In Front of the Scenes Jean Jacket, which is only incidentally
a jean jacket, for this instance. It's a jacket in every way another jacket is, except in this case cords hang from the sleeves. When pulled these cords provide simple motion to two figures on the back of the jacket.
One of the figures, a human form of relatively tall stature dances a merry jig when one sleeve's cord is pulled. The other figure, a human form of relatively short stature, has wee arms that flail about madly when its corresponding cord is pulled.
A belated happy parade day!
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||[+] Need a wig with the same devices for those sitting behing Big Hair!!
||Sticking an icepick into the back of the obstruction's knee ensures a clear view.
||Putting the finishing touches on the statuesque?