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June 28, 2003

Bargain of the Day: message in a bottle

by Feòrag

I didn't think glass manufacture was this advanced 2000 years ago, but apparently we have here a Message In A Bottle from Jesus -Inspirational:

A Message In A Bottle from JESUS. 7-1/2" high green bottle with cork ... containing a message from JESUS CHRIST. Great gift or home decor item for powder room or guest room!

Posted in Religious Tat at 09:34. Last modified on January 03 2007 at 17:00.
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1: Posted by: Larry Lurex | July 1, 2003 9:52 AM

Yes, if I was given this the only suitable room would be the toilet.

Wax lyrical

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