Oddmall In Everett Will Be A Bazaar Of The Bizarre | Heraldnet.com - Life

It's a free show, but tips are accepted. They invite audience members up on stage to staple money to various body parts, Hopp said. How much depends on how much you donate: $5 for the cheek, $1 dollar for the chest and $20 for the tongue. While you're stapling body parts, your kids can don unicorn hats and party with Fairy Princess Lolly in the http://www.puzzleperfect.com balloon castle in celebration of her 400th bloomday. Sidekicks include her handmaiden Lady Leaflock and science magician Ion the Leprechaun. It's a family friendly show, Hopp said. Adult-oriented items are required to be covered up. For example: the 2015 Dragon Sex calendar with cartoon pictures of dragons doing it. Some people are into that, Hopp said. Quick question: What do you wear to such an event? For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20141121/LIVING/141129859/1061/Oddmall-in-Everett-will-be-a-bazaar-of-the-bizarre