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Would you buy RGIII a wedding gift? (Credit)
Here at Juice This, we love a good excuse to cry, and RGIII’s wedding is giving us the chance thanks to his being a greedy SOB. Does he really need to keep all those gifts fans bought him? Does the right to purchase gifts for him come with your PSL? Probably costs as much from the looks of his registration list.
Anyway, always remember, and you heard it here first, when it comes to these fans’ spending sprees on RGIII, Juice This has a prime directive: your relationship with your favorite team will last longer and run deeper than any relationship you’ll ever have with any significant other, ever.
Significant others come and go (literally) but your favorite team is your favorite team is your favorite team. Sex can wait till after the game, even if you were, in this case, seduced by Dan Snyder.
Also, we say goodbye to Brian Urlacher, hanging ‘em up after 13 years and an additional five months of realizing that no one wanted to pay the m...
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