Blind date with a book barnes and noble
Barnes and Noble- New York | Books BirdIt made sense at the time. If only I knew he was on the needy side. The second time, I hooked my red-headed college roomie up with a friend of a different boyfriend. He eventually transferred to another school and the chance to kindle a spark was lost. The third time, a quirky friend of mine needed a date for a big gala. My handsome neighbor who was a South Park fan and an award-winning baker seemed like a fun fit.
Although I would usually avoid writing about chain bookshops, instead favouring writing about independent booksellers in order to support them, sometimes a shop comes along that prompts a short article. Barnes and Noble on 17th Street in New York is one such shop. Sweetly designed featuring many of your childhood literary friends. Milne, complete with a bench to sit on and read. Having struggled to get this title in the UK I decided that since I was in America I would purchase it, to add to our collection of Dr Seuss from my childhood. Paying at the till I was treated to the last little surprise the shop had to offer, along with the receipt was a slip from the till of similar titles I might like based on my purchase.
Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Have you seen this? Amusing idea. Location: Where the sun likes to shine!! Originally Posted by Cida. Yes, exactly! Your "blind date" is buying a book without knowing what it is.