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We Spent 10 Minutes Thinking Up Headlines For This Bucket Of Poop

At this moment Australians will be lamenting their inability to subscribe to Amazon Prime. Why? Because you could have got free shipping on this $US50 ($66) bucket filled with 13 different kinds of plastic animal poop. Bear, elk, dog, your kids will undoubtedly be overjoyed when they unwrap all the surprises hidden inside this bucket on Christmas morning. More »      
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