The twins brought with them two little PuertoRican dolls that appeared to be hand sewn. Cutest little buggers. I said, "How cool are these, as I picked up the bloomers to check the details on how well they were made. (I used to make little dolls that were similar so I felt as tho I had some quality control status on this here subject) As I lifted the left bloomer leg I noticed a tag. Said tag read, "MADE IN INDIA!" I tell you I started to laugh as I read it to my son who just stood there before me with the most dumbfounded look on his face I have seen in years. He said, "I specifically asked that man if these dolls were made local and he assured me they were." Yes son and I will sell you that bridge in Arizona or whatever that country song says.
At that point I offered to CUT the tag off the left leg-ged PuertoRican doll from India. I suspect he could have picked those up at a truck stop outside of town if he'd wanted to wait til he got home.