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You probably can't afford this Frozen calendar

Post by acp » Dec Wed 03, 2014 5:47 pm

A pure platinum Frozen calendar clocking in at ¥100,000,000 (£532131 or US$835,800), anyone?

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Re: You probably can't afford this Frozen calendar

Post by Amy » Dec Wed 03, 2014 5:59 pm

acp wrote:A pure platinum Frozen calendar clocking in at ¥100,000,000 (£532131 or US$835,800), anyone?

http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interes ... ses/.81714
Wow! :shock: I wonder if they will sell very many??

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Re: You probably can't afford this Frozen calendar

Post by zhoover » Dec Thu 04, 2014 12:53 pm

At least this is a product that will give you a lifetime of practical use. For instance, if twenty years from now you want to know what day of the week September 2nd fell on in 2015, you can look at your $835,000 2015 calendar to remind yourself that it fell on a Wednesday.
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Re: You probably can't afford this Frozen calendar

Post by Amy » Dec Thu 04, 2014 1:15 pm

zhoover wrote:At least this is a product that will give you a lifetime of practical use. For instance, if twenty years from now you want to know what day of the week September 2nd fell on in 2015, you can look at your $835,000 2015 calendar to remind yourself that it fell on a Wednesday.
:lol: Yeah I was thinking it was a bit limited in how long you can enjoy it, but it does have Frozen picture on the other side so I suppose that is the selling point. Use it as a calendar for a year and then flip it around and enjoy the picture. When you divide the cost by 365 days plus the forever-ness of the portrait, then it really makes sense to order several and give them away as gifts! :idea:

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Re: You probably can't afford this Frozen calendar

Post by bcgm3 » Dec Tue 09, 2014 11:07 am

Amy wrote:When you divide the cost by 365 days plus the forever-ness of the portrait, then it really makes sense to order several and give them away as gifts! :idea:
Didn't think of it this way at first -- Just bought ten of them. Christmas shopping = over.

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Re: You probably can't afford this Frozen calendar

Post by Amy » Dec Tue 09, 2014 11:32 am

bcgm3 wrote:
Amy wrote:When you divide the cost by 365 days plus the forever-ness of the portrait, then it really makes sense to order several and give them away as gifts! :idea:
Didn't think of it this way at first -- Just bought ten of them. Christmas shopping = over.
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Re: You probably can't afford this Frozen calendar

Post by Polynesian Princess » Jan Wed 07, 2015 3:33 am

When I clicked on the link, I was expecting one of those calendars that you can move the numbers to update it every month. Why would anyone want to spend that on something that's only good for one year?
zhoover wrote:At least this is a product that will give you a lifetime of practical use. For instance, if twenty years from now you want to know what day of the week September 2nd fell on in 2015, you can look at your $835,000 2015 calendar to remind yourself that it fell on a Wednesday.
You could have a promising career as a used car salesman. :lol: :wink:
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