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“You can go to KMart and you can get Laguy (ph) at Kmart.”
“KMART SHOPPERS 'ATTENTION: A key sales measure grew 1.7 percent at Kmart, but it fell 6.1 percent at Sears.”
“Probably has 50% more physical talent than KMart, but Kmart has toughness and edge.”
“Now, in Kmart, I watched as the toddler in a cart ahead of me absolutely refused to put back the candy bar she had grabbed from a box by the checkout.”
“The guy in Kmart plaza next to the Caribbean place has good cheap kebabs and platters.”
“The Disney teen has teamed up with US label Kmart to create a children's line called Dream Out Loud, according to People. com.”
“She said she called Kmart's customer service six times and was given various stories about why her backpacks hadn't arrived.”
“This week’s iTunes bargain: Kmart is offering 10% off all cards for a week from June 18.”
“Since we're on the topic of homespun wall-hangings: I recall a Kmart-issue (some kind if indestructible mulitcolored ink pressed onto a stretched burlap background) framed sentiment in my dad's first bachelor apartment (cheap, six-month-lease arrangement where my brother and I slept on mattresses on the floor) which stated: "I like it so much here I could just S&*T!”
“Sure, you can drive for five minutes and get somewhere else-to Kmart, that is, or Home Depot, or Target, or Burger King, or Wendy's, or KFC.”
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