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Thursday Giggles: Personalized Version

For your Thursday allotment of giggles, I present the Romance By You website. That's right. For only $39.95 + shipping, you can be the proud owner of your very own personalized romance novel! Simply fill in the blanks: girl's and boy's names, toss in a couple of physical characteristics, an exotic locale or two, and presto! You've got yourself a story. Now the only question is which of the nine titles to go with. I'm thinking it's got to be either Click for Love or ER Fever. Choices, choices...

(via Ilona Andrews' excellent blog)

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  1. Sounds kinda fun actually :) I'm heading over to check this out.

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  2. If it wasn't $39.95(!?!?!?!) I'd consider it for the giggles. $39.95!!

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  3. Juju, lol. Let me know which one you like best! ;)

    Janice, I know! Can you believe that? My favorite was the testimonial from the lady who ordered one and had it sent to her husband in Iraq. That's hot. lol.

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  4. Wow I can't believe that, lol a little expensive that's really cool. :)

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  5. Danni, yeah, I did a double take as well. Whatever floats your boat, I suppose. ;)

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  6. It's definitely a fun idea, but I have to agree that the price is a bit high. Thanks for the giggle Angie! :)

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  7. Kimberly, you bet. ;)

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