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Free Advertising: Get Your Royal Gear and Fast

So guess what?

I am going to be spitting out a few pieces of valuable product information to help the worldly economy, and I am doing this all for free.

Why not start with Royal Wedding week?

It is time to get your Royal Wedding merchandise and souvenirs.

For the person who has everything, they can have this William and Kate cube-sculpture crafted by lasers that is fairly priced at $38.00.

You can purchase this William and Kate iPhone sleeve, so the next time you sext, you can sext with an iPhone that has "William and Kate" written on it.

For 57 dollars you can have Kate Middleton's sapphire engagement ring.

Copied and pasted.
"Kate Middleton's Sapphire Engagement Ring. Sterling silver, platinum plated lab created diamond ring. Sizes available (i-V). FREE Delivery: UK: 1-5 working days International: 5-10 working days."
****It does not say anything about this being a replica, so that means it is her actual engagement ring, and it is only 57 bucks.

Lastly, if you are in the mood for something remeniscent of the 90's you can get this postcard image of the Royal duo when they were guest stars on "Beavis and Butthead."

Where is it all from?

Who do you want to see in a laser sculpture?
Also, who do you want to sext?


  1. I sext a lot of people; it's hard to remember. that was the best episode of Beavis and Butthead, btw.


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