Trolley was a punk

It was a better day in the neighborhood without him.

Scales models are cool. If you don’t believe me, just look for sci-fi models on Pinterest and see how deep that rabbit hole goes. They’re cool.

And that’s why Trolley was such a punk. On Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood there were two ways into the land of Make-Believe. He could break out the scale models from what looked like the coolest toy shelf in the world (when I was three) and we could all be magically transported there or we could all get on the stupid Trolley — who’s only real magic seemed to be speaking in bells. And 9 times out of 10 we had to ride the punk trolley — after suffering a few minutes of “conversation” — instead of seeing the cool toys. The biggest tease was when Trolley appeared in the kitchen. That’s where the models were and we still had to ride the trolley to the world of imagination.

Punk ass Trolley.

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