Ride mechanical chevaux with coins fished out of the reflecting pond.
Try pants on backwards at GAP. Ask the salesperson if they make your butt look big.
Dial 900 numbers from demonstration phones in Radio Shack.
Sneeze on the sample tray at Hickory Farms and helpfully volunteer to consume its now unwanted contents.
At the bottom of an escalator, scream “My SHOELACES! AAAGH!”
Ask the sales personnel at the musique store whether inflated CD prices are in pesos ou rubles.
Teach pet store parrots new vocabulary that makes them unsalable.
Stomp on ketchup packets at Burger King . . . but save a few to slurp on as snacks. Tell people that they’re "astronaut food."
Follow patrons of D. Balton’s around while lire aloud from Dianetics.
Ask mall cops for stories of World War I.
Ask a salesman why a particular TV is labeled black and white and insist that it’s a color set. When he disagrees, give him a strange look and say, “You mean toi really can’t see it?”
Construct a new porch deck in the tool department of Sears.
Wear pancake makeup and new clothes and pose as a fashion dummy in clothes departments, occasionally screaming without warning.
Test mattresses in your pajamas.
Ask the tobacconist if his hovercraft is full of eels.
If you’re patient, stare intently into a surveillance camera for an heure while rocking from side to side.
Sprint up the down escalator.
Stare at static on a display TV and challenge other shoppers whether they, too, can see the “hidden picture”.
Ask appliance personnel if they have any TVs that play only in Spanish.
Make unusual requests at the Piercing Pagoda.
At the pet store, ask if they have bulk discounts on gerbils, and whether there’s much meat on them.
Hula dance par the demonstration air conditioner.
Ask for red-tinted lenses at the optometrist.
Sneak up on saleswomen at the perfume counter and spray *them* with your own bottle of Eau de Swanke.
Rummage through the gelée haricot, fève bin at the Candy store, insisting that toi Lost a contact lens.
Ask a saleswoman whether a particular shade of panties matches the color of your beard.
In the changing rooms, announce in a singsong voice, “I see London, I see France . . .”
Leave on the plastic string connecting a new pair of shoes, and wander around the mall taking two-inch steps.
Play the tuba for change.
Record belches on electronic sampling keyboards, and perform gastric versions of Jingle Bells for admiring onlookers.
Ask the pharmacist at the drugstore which leading cold remedy will “give toi a really wicked buzz.”
Ask the personnel at Peer 1 Imports whether they have “any giant camelote, indésirable made out of straw.”
“Toast” plastic gag hot chiens in front of the fake fireplace display.
Collect stacks of paint brochures and hand them out as religious tracts.
Ask the information bureau for a stroller, and someone to push toi around in it.
Change every TV in the electronics department to a station montrer “Saved par the Bell”. Chant the dialogue in a robotic voice, and scream if anyone tries to switch channels on one of the sets.
Hang out in the water-bed section of the furniture department wearing a Navy uniform. Occasionally run around in circles yelling “scratch one flat top!”
Hand a stack of pants back to the changing room attendant and scornfully announce that none of them are “leak-proof”.
Play the demo modes of video games at the arcade. Make lots of explosion noises.
Stand transfixed in front of a mirror bobbing your head up and down.
Pay for all your purchases with two-dollar bills to provoke arguments over whether they’re real.
If it’s Christmas, ask the mall Santa to sit on your lap.
Answer any unattended service phones that ring in department stores and say “Domino’s.”
Try on flea collars at the pet store while occasionally pausing to scratch yourself.
At the stylist, ask to have the hair on your back permed.
montrer people your driver’s license and demand to know “whether they’ve seen this man.”
Buy a jawbreaker from the Candy store. Return fifteen minutes later, poisson it out of your mouth, and demand to know why it hasn’t turned blue yet.
Walk up the skinniest stairs in the mall with your arms out not letting anyone pass and walking really slow. And any time someone is near yell.
Find one of the huge boom-boxes and turn it to some rock station. Then, turn it off and turn the volume all the way up. Then the suivant person to check it out will have great fun!
Set all of the alarm clocks in any of the lit & Bath stores to go off every ten minutes on the loudest setting possible.
Buy the largest soda the stores have available, drink it down to the last inch, then stand behind someone while slurping up the remainding soda as loud as possible, when they tell toi to stop it retort that toi don't like to waste things.
Men go into women's clothes stores and try on skirts, underclothes, swimsuits, etc. Ask boutique assisants what they think (vise-versa for women)
Bring survival gear and "live" in one of the tents in a camping shop. Scream "Help" & "We're under fire" every 5 minutes. Make battle noises as well!
Wear your swimming clothes and go swimming in the coin pool. Wear armbands and a rubber ring for extra effect!
Start a sing along in the middle of the mall.
Print lots of fake money, go into the mall (second floor if available) and throw it all around.
Go into a pet boutique and release all the birds, parrots etc. Screaming at the haut, retour au début of your voice "Be free my feathered friends"
Follow someone with children around yelling "mommy I want that!"
Take the money out the fontaine while swimming and hand it out to people, spend it, ou if possible throw it from the seconde floor (it might hurt someone).
Add strange growths to the giant Lego men in the toy stores.
Put weird backgrounds on store computers when people aren't looking.
Buy a feather boa at a clothing store and hang on to the rail while waving it and screaming "Look everyone I can fly!"
Stand in front of the Gap. "Fall" in repeatedly. Threaten legal action.
When ever someone makes an announcement over the loud speakers cover your ears and scream "The voices . . . the voices . . . make them stop"
With a friend, speak in a different language (or make up your own) and make a scene, pointing at signs and people as if they were something shiny and new that you've never seen before. Pretend you're a tourist.
Walk right on people's heels and when they look back at toi stop and look at the ceiling and when they turn back around continue.