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lamp with extra shade

  

Item:

A large lamp with an extra shade but no base.

 

Why It’s Here:

Because the lowest priced viagra'>lowest priced viagra previous owner got sick of having it lay on the ground.  Seriously, where is the base?  What do http://papodebar.com/best-viagra-prices you do with this thing?  Duct-tape it to the side of a book case?

 

Probable Recipient:

Someone with a bookcase and buy generic viagra some duct-tape.  Or maybe a party animal will harvest the lampshades and leave the rest behind. 

 

The party lampshade thing:

Does anybody really do that?  Okay, stupid question—get people drunk and they’ll do anything, especially things that they’ve been taught drunk people do.  And what do drunk people do?  They wear lampshades on their heads.

But someone had to start that.  Someone had to either (a) conspicuously wear lampshades on their head at drunken parties, so that others might observe and emulate and so spread the practice, or (b) produce from whole cloth the http://auraltimes.com/cialis-doses myth that soused merrymakers like to buy viagra now don lampen haberdashery, and convey said myth in a manner convincing (or at least entertaining) enough to justify retelling.

Either way, I’d love to know who that lampshadehat progenitor was. 

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