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Black Friday Trolls

So I hope those of you that went to shop during Black Friday, had a fun experience.
For me, I enjoy these trolls.
Really? you would say no to extra broth?
They have a point.... On that note, you can ask Santa for a mother-in-a-box.
The depreciation on him is astounding.
So that's the secret to happiness? Vacuum Bag? To suck up all the sadness?
And my favorite....You kind of left out a major detail....just major, very major ;)
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Hahahaha. I love this stuff. <3 My favorite is the chicken broth one
@danidee nope. Some dudes posed as the companies and wrote those responses... Trolls
This made my day 😂
LOL Some major details were left out. *rolling* I love these. :))
These responses though! Lol
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