Lolly’s, Lolly’s, Lolly’s: Get Your Adverbs Here

July 26th, 2010  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized  |  1 Comment

lollyOkay, no adverbs for sale, actually, but today I snapped this photo of a lonely, photogenic lollipop waiting for the F train at Bergen Street. And it made me wonder: Are those lollipops—the kind you see in movies and TV—really real? Was this a stunt pop? How did it get there? Who even thought they could finish it? Who left it behind? And why hadn’t the rats consumed it already?


  1. Didactic Pirate says:

    July 26th, 2010at 2:28 pm(#)

    Ten seconds after you took this picture, an Oompa Loompa came running in to see if he’d left his giant lollipop at the subway.

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