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“Now the fairy Girouette, who had brought up Souci, had an old friend called Grimace, the protectress of Prince Fluet.”
“We used to have this real bitch (which I will call Grimace because that's what we did when she walked in) that would show up and make a convoluted order.”
“I think I called the wrong actor "Grimace" before too...”
“Then it's 2018 and SkyNet has conquered the world, except for a ragtag resistance, the spiritual leader of which is one John Connor as played by Edward Furlong Christian "Grimace" Bale.”
“And WHY don't we have someone out there putting a camera in the face of Pelosi and Reid, a la Michael "Grimace" Moore, and asking them why took a pay raise when so many Americans are losing their jobs and homes?”
“Is Ronald even around anymore or will new generations of children stare at me blankly when I recall Grimace and the Hamburgler.”
“His pals from McDonaldland -- Mayor McCheese, Hamburglar and Grimace -- are seldom heard from anymore, yet who could forget them?”
“Rosie decides that a maternity fashion show highlighting her latest collection would be the perfect shower event because that is in no way a conflict of interest, and we soon learn the real motivation behind this choice -- a model casting montage in which LT wears a sequined capelet the color of Grimace from McDonaldland and tells the models to "serve and deliver.”
“Grimace quit to open a vegan bed and breakfast in the Catskills.”
“Will they feature old commercials starring Ronald and friends like Grimace, Mayor McCheese, Fry Guys, and the Hamburglar?”
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