Where to find Orlando Weekly
Sure,you're hot. You've got your venti pumpkin spiced latté precariously balanced in your hand along with your new iPhone 6, and the leash to your pedigreed pooch all while rocking this seasons new Michael Kors blouse- but honey you're still extra...extra! Read all about it, you're not hot until you've read the dish we've got.
Now where can you grab this seasons must have accessory? All over Orlando of course- don't you know we're on every VIP list in the 407. So drive the Range Rover to the nearest location and for once and for all good god girl get a grip- on this paper.
Here are ten hot spots where you can grab your copy of the Orlando Weekly, hot off the presses:
Flamingo Ice Cream
The ice cream is cold but the news is still hot, be sure to read up while you chill out with some ice cream.
Where: 595 W. Church St.
Orlando Paintball Playground
We promise we won't aim at you, but "Happytown" might splatter some politicians- take cover, Rick Scott.
Where: 7215 Rose Ave.
We know you like it raw- well, the news that is. Pick up a copy for yourself and watch your fingers turn 50 Shades of Grey.
Where: 1740 Orange Blossom Trail
Did you think you were going out without us? Be sure to grab your copy of this week's issue, we promise to throw about as much shade as a drag queen.
Where: 1912 Orange Ave.
Hot or Iced? Sweetened? Hmm maybe...we are definitely ready to serve the tea though.
Where: 1520 Edgewater Dr.
Harley Davidson Orlando
We've got our chaps on and we're ready to ride, are you gonna let us join your biker gang?
Where: 3770 37 Street.
Pom Pom's Teahouse & Sandwicheria
With our stories about as thick and hearty as a Mama Ling Ling's Thanksgiving sandwich, these two go together better than PBJ- besides Pom makes a better sandwich anyway.
Where: 67 N. Bumby Ave.
We know you came in for the infamous Pub-sub, but why not save some calories and fill up on the latest dish from us!
Where: 5350 Central Florida Parkway
La Quinta Inn
We at the hotel, motel, HOLIDAY INN...
Where: 8504 Universal Blvd.
There you have it, ten hot spots to pick up the must have item this season (or any season for that matter). Make headlines with our paper, you can thank us later.
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