Springfield, MO – Moms who were knocked up by visiting Remington’s Nightclub were back recently to buy clothing for the children they birthed from relationships forged at the former country and western bar and dance club.
“I never thought I’d have a building grow with me but Remington’s has done just that. When I was young and without a care Remington’s was there for me to sow my wild oats, now that I have children to provide for I have an opportunity to go back to Remington’s and purchase second hand clothing for them. I’ve yet to worship there but I’m sure I’ll be there in the next few years as my life progresses,” said Lisa Huffington of Hartmore Street.
Remington’s was built with Generation X’s future in mind. Eventually, the building will converted into a nursing home and then a funeral parlor, although the most recent renovation will focus upon providing easy access to AAA memberships, Bingo challenges and Social Security claims offices. “Remington’s has served as a meeting place for Generation X for several years. Be it dancing and dating to praising and purchasing, Remington’s serves as the circle of life for many people,” said George Hajing of Springfield.
Moms searching for new clothing were reminded of their previous pasts when they passed by the corner bars on their way to the checkout line. “I remember conceiving Hayden in that corner where baby chairs are displayed,” said Michelle Tihugref as she picked out vest for her son, “now I can get 2 for 1 deals on shirts instead of 2 for 1 well drinks!”
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