Imelda Marcos suddenly realized she was in hell. She only had 19.95.
Despite all the signs Timmy made, no one seemed to want to buy his Grandma.
Mary wondered why her prostitution business had fallen off the past few years. Maybe she wasn't advertising enough...
Grandma Turnbuckle hatefully eyed the competition, who had just finished plastering its front windows with $19.95 signs. Oh it was on...
the years hadnt been kind to Carmen Sandiego
Inflation is out of control. This was a $1 store just last week.
With lips like that, I was willing to go as high as $25.
Gray cashmere scarf: $20
Bowler hat: $20
Magenta lipstick: $20
Cliche price joke: Priceless.
(Singing) "How much is that doggy in the wi....oh."
Bob was a little disappointed with the results of the sex change operation, but hey, at least it was cheap.
The number 23 II: 20
The bomb Edna had hidden in her coat was going to make the twenty dollar sale far costlier than any of the other customers had anticipated.
Whatever's going on here, it's probably Bush's fault.
Martha walked away both dejected and embarrassed.
"Damn my foolish mind," she lamented to herself.
"How could I have forgotten about the sales tax?"
Agnes overestimates her street value.