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Rick Roll Never Gonna Give You Up New Baby Pregnancy Baby Shower Card (PLAYS SONG) Funny Musical Baby Shower Card

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Unwelcome Greetings
Unwelcome Greetings is the leading manufacturer and retailer of trending and meme inspired greeting cards and gift products designed to prank and troll friends and loved ones. Our products are perfect for every holiday, graduation, birthday, celebration, anniversary, and even Mother's Day (yup your mama loves us). Cards are printed on Premium 120 lb Matte Cardstock for an unparalleled smooth feel. Printed with Organic Water Soluble Color Inks to #blessup the Earth we inhabit and leave it better than we found it. Sealed with the highest grade foam adhesive designed to amplify and secure the sound device inside. Sound plays upon opening, and stops upon closing. Each card has been extensively tested and quality checked, so we can safely guarantee over 2,000 plays. If you wanna go to college or university in the USA, you're probably going to have to take out some student loans (unless your parents are loaded and filthy rich). Unfortunately, those loans take years to pay off. So congrats on your graduate diploma, but not so congrats on your new debt. The perfect graduation card for a new grad who'll be sending half their paycheck to pay off financial aid. They should really call them financial AIDS cuz they're killer =( ---- In 1987, pop artist Rick Astley released his debut single "Never Gonna Give You Up" on his first album Whenever You Need Somebody. The song became number one throughout the world. In the late 2000s, Rick Rolling became a bait-and-switch practice that involves providing a web link supposedly relevant to the topic at hand, but actually re-directs the viewer to the song. ---- According to 4chan founder m00t, the "Rickroll" phenomenon began on /v/ (videogame board) circa May 2007, when someone posted a link to Rick Astley's music video disguised as a sneak preview for the then newly released videogame Grand Theft Auto IV.

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