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Ship Your Enemy Glitter: Would you use the site?
Ship Your Enemy Glitter is a website that offers you the opportunity to send your enemies glitter in an envelope. Would you do that?
I think the site is a clever way to make money. A smart shopper would just put glitter in an envelope themselves instead of spending money making someone else do it. I'd totally do it...maybe to my husband. He'd appreciate the joke
I love the idea but why would you pay someone else to do this when you can pack an envelope full of glitter and send it yourself?
The owner of the website has put it up for sale on Flippa and it is currently standing at $61,100 and still rising. Over 400 bids have been placed so far.
I wouldn't spend any money on my enemy. It's a funny concept (I also hate glitter), but people we consider to be our 'enemy' aren't worth our time.
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