Valentine’s Day Choice

The front page of Amazon presents the following dilemma:

Amazon Dilemma

My favorite part is that no matter what your choice, the end result is the same: you need to spend money.

5 Responses to “Valentine’s Day Choice”

  1. Brent Says:

    I’m telling you, hating holidays is now just as cliche as loving them. And the best part is:both are very marketable! That was kind of the point of one story I wrote. Valentine’s Day is the perfect example, but Christmas is in there as a close second, although you have to look harder to find the anti-Christmas merch. It’s coming though, I think.

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