Not A Number

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Not a Number is like the "Arche McPhee's of Wallingford." They sell a random assortment of entertaining toys, gifts, and more. Items like their patterned band-aids will get you to chuckle.

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Not a Number is like the "Arche McPhee's of Wallingford." They sell a random assortment of entertaining toys, gifts, and more. Items like their patterned band-aids will get you to chuckle.

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This Store has a little bit of everything. I walked in just to look around and found a lot of interesting things. Not a number carries items from clothes to books to bandages. The bandages are hilarious. I bought some bandages that looked like lips and gave it as i gift. My friend got a kick out it.

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This Store has a little bit of everything. I walked in just to look around and found a lot of interesting things. Not a number carries items from clothes to books to bandages. The bandages are hilarious. I bought some bandages that looked like lips and gave it as i gift. My friend got a kick out it.

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This quirky shop in Wallingford has the LARGEST selection of stickers I have ever seen! They have a large selection of political stuff including t-shirts, buttons, books, and more. They also have a great selection of cards as well as lots of funny toys. The staff is very friendly, but not intrusive, and they offer discounts for trivia questions. These questions seem to rotate on an inconsistent basis and seem to cover a wide range of topics - many political. The questions are even posted on the shops website, NotANumberGifts, so you can bone up ahead of time for a discount! Also, for some reason, they seem to be a constant source of passes for preview movies screenings, so be sure to ask if they have any passes when you visit.

They also participate in the novel neighborhood savings co-operative WallingfordSaves, in which receipts from their business are good for discounts at over 30 neighboring businesses, a big plus for those who live in the neighborhood.

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This quirky shop in Wallingford has the LARGEST selection of stickers I have ever seen! They have a large selection of political stuff including t-shirts, buttons, books, and more. They also have a great selection of cards as well as lots of funny toys. The staff is very friendly, but not intrusive, and they offer discounts for trivia questions. These questions seem to rotate on an inconsistent basis and seem to cover a wide range of topics - many political. The questions are even posted on the shops website, NotANumberGifts, so you can bone up ahead of time for a discount! Also, for some reason, they seem to be a constant source of passes for preview movies screenings, so be sure to ask if they have any passes when you visit.

They also participate in the novel neighborhood savings co-operative WallingfordSaves, in which receipts from their business are good for discounts at over 30 neighboring businesses, a big plus for those who live in the neighborhood.

Pros: Great place to find a gift for almost anyone!

Cons: Sure to be something to offend those who take religion or their republican politiics seriously

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Wandered into this place after lunch at the 5-spot and was blown away by the stuff they were selling -- cards, gifts, tasteful political things, toys, games -- I was with my niece and nephew and I could not tear them away -- Seattle has needed a place like this which has quality goods, not schlock -- check it out !!!

PROS: Friendly, efficient, knowledgable staff
CONS: Not enough hours in the day to see everything

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★★★★★

Wandered into this place after lunch at the 5-spot and was blown away by the stuff they were selling -- cards, gifts, tasteful political things, toys, games -- I was with my niece and nephew and I could not tear them away -- Seattle has needed a place like this which has quality goods, not schlock -- check it out !!!

PROS: Friendly, efficient, knowledgable staff
CONS: Not enough hours in the day to see everything

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This is a very cool little store at the top of Queen Anne Hill. They're almost a miniature Archie McPhee. They have a great selection of stickers and signs for all your peace marches or protests. They have tons of cards and gifts; toys, gadgets, and other fun stuff. I bought something called "cat butt gum" for a friend who is a feline fanatic. The owner of the place is very nice, she even offers candy to her customers.

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This is a very cool little store at the top of Queen Anne Hill. They're almost a miniature Archie McPhee. They have a great selection of stickers and signs for all your peace marches or protests. They have tons of cards and gifts; toys, gadgets, and other fun stuff. I bought something called "cat butt gum" for a friend who is a feline fanatic. The owner of the place is very nice, she even offers candy to her customers.

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