JomaDeals “Best Deals of 2009” series: a beautiful writing instrument that doubles as a stabbing device. This deal of the day is $165 (66% off the $480 retail price). Sale ends at midnight tonight (EST).
And you thought Christmas was over. Not quite. You see, Christmas is considered by many to be the best day of the year. It’s quickly followed by the post-Christmas return day, which is most definitely the worst day of the year. Heaven forbid you should have to return something, or even just leave the house. The streets are in chaos. And unlike Christmas, where it’s the happy chaos of people buying gifts for loved ones while jolly carols and laughter of children sound in the background, this day is complete bedlam filled with angry consumers who are peeved that Little Sally Speaks A-Lot only speaks Spanish. The day has no laughter. No magic. No merriment. Just a crowd of angry, post Christmas consumers. The day is like a kid on Christmas who eats too much candy while running around in a euphoric frenzy playing with his new toys until suddenly he throws up. That’s probably the best analogy I can give it. December the 26th is throw-up. So to help you get that stain out of the carpet, we’re offering one of the greatest hits of 2009: The Alfred Dunhill Sidecar Rollerball Weave Palladium pen. It’s the sleek, gorgeous, BMW of writing instruments. You’ll never buy another pen. Writing with this pen is just like shooting bad guys in a tuxedo. Sure, you could still do it without it, but it just wouldn’t look as good. And best yet, the pen also doubles as a stabbing device should the crowds today get out of hand. Hey, you never know when you might be up against the wall (please don’t stab people unless it’s in self defense. I don’t want to go to jail for encouraging some crazy dude reading this right now to go into a pen-stabbing rampage).
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