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The Joker Cricket, An Annoying Device That Relentlessly Chirps Like a Cricket for Hours

The Joker Cricket is an annoying device from Joker Greeting that relentlessly chirps like a cricket until its battery dies. The device has no off switch, and the interior of the card is filled with glitter for an additional surprise if the victim tried to destroy the Cricket. Joker Greeting says the Cricket will last […]
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