The shipment of 100 T.M.X. Elmo dolls that went missing on Oct. 31 safely made it to its destination late last night. With 62 days until Christmas, Wal-Mart Associates are in stitches as they work to stock shelves weekly. Shoppers should check often to find the hysterically laughing, belly-clutching, floor-thumping T.M.X.(tm) Elmo dolls in time for Christmas. Elmo laughs for a total of almost 90 seconds and as the world’s largest retailer, Wal-Mart has sold enough T.M.X. Elmo dolls to keep them giggling from now until next Christmas.
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