A viral hashtag that was created after a woman discovered her husband had bought a new pet, “the miniature market” is now the subject of a new video game.
The hashtag, #miniaturizedmarket, is used to promote a small-scale consumer goods store with a new marketing definition that uses a different definition of market.
In addition, the video game takes a new look at the miniature market.
It features a shopping mall, a grocery store and a food court.
It also features a variety of products and services offered by the miniature industry.
It is set in an area of Dallas, Texas, and is called the “miniature mall.”
In the video, a customer buys a miniature horse that has a harness and an animal identification tag.
It can be used for travel, and a new product called “the miniature market” can be purchased.
The video features the products and a video of a shopper at the mall.
It has been shared over 5.5 million times on Facebook, according to the video’s description.
The company behind the video said it is working on a sequel that is due out in a year or two.
It’s not the first time that “the micro,” a marketing term that is a mix of words and numbers, has been used to describe the miniature goods and services sold by the micro-entrepreneur community.
Earlier this month, Twitter’s video games team said it was “exploring ways to incorporate micro and micro-services in our game.”