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I just got out of a ten year relationship and I feel great. Fortunately/unfortunately, I received some beautiful jewelry from my now ex. I have tried to give it back to him, but he said it's all mine to keep but I don't want to wear any of it as I am trying to start my life post-ex and don't need a pink sapphire given by Mr. X glaring at me every time I look at a new suitor!
I have decided to consign the pieces but have no idea how to go about it. I live in Los Angeles and I know there must be some fabulous jewelry consignment stores around. I have looked all over the Internet and asked around but nobody seems to have any ideas except eBay. Can you help? — I Want it Gone Wendy
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Trying to pass a paper bag off as a $25 cat toy-- now that's low. What makes the "Kat Sack Toy" so special? It makes a "magical" crinkling sound that cats can't resist. The cat featured in the demo, however, has another opinion and it's more along the lines of "get me the hell out of this paper bag you fools!" (You gotta give this announcer some cred, though, he's doing his best while clearly not believing a word of it.)
You know our consumer culture has reached an all-time low when some bloke puts his imaginary friend on the eBay auctioning block and actually finds himself bombarded with inquiries about the imaginary product. They say money talks, so wouldn't hanging onto your cash provide more company than the voice inside someone else's head? Seriously, just get a dog.