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walkerhound: Am I the only one who couldn't give two shiats that this twit is pregnant?/I mean, if I were the daddy, I'd want everyone to know, but the kid ain't mine so who cares.
BMFPitt: British taxpayers should be selling the sponsorship rights.Turn that baby into a NASCAR driver.
Spiralmonkey: I'm thinking maybe someone in these companies should have done some research and worked out that unsolicited gifts are sent back.So far all they've got is a press release showing desperation "we sent a present, and it was awesome, and it was really expensive" and new mothers everywhere are saying "so where's my stuff? I don't deserve some free stuff but some rich biatch with access to more money than you can imagine gets it all for free?"
BoxOfBees: There's no way Kate is going to take some morning sickness cure that came for free in the mail.
Chariset: A happy, pretty couple who just happen to be royalty are expecting a child, who will undoubtedly be the most precious thing ever until the evil faerie shows up to curse the baby at the christening.
Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: I'm doubting that Trojan or Planned Parenthood want a piece of that.
waffle299: Chariset: A happy, pretty couple who just happen to be royalty are expecting a child, who will undoubtedly be the most precious thing ever until the evil faerie shows up to curse the baby at the christening.Yep. If I were on the royal staff, I'd be on the lookout for any gift bundle containing a spinning wheel or apples. You never know with these modern evil faeries. It'd be just like them to go corporate.
octopied: It's not stupid, obviously. It's clever shots at advertising. She'll probably end up giving most of it away, but if she does use any...score!They should really be sending her high end maternity clothes though. maybe she'll wear some and they make money that way.
FTGodWin: Somehow I don't think people in the US are that wound up on this subject.At least not while they're busy reading Kardashian tweets.