For a measly 25,000 $Aspreys of London have taken bad taste and uselessness altogether to a whole new level thanks to their "one-of-a-kind", $25,000 Game Boy. Fashioned from 18k solid gold, with diamond accents on the control buttons this may compete with Snoop Dog's chalice. Such product encapsulates the ridiculousness of the whole handheld concept. These things become obsolete faster than toilet paper. Whereas golden chalices encrusted with diamonds may still be used for purposes like drinking and winning a spot on a magazine's cover, it is hard to understand what use may one find to something like a ol' Nintendo Gameboy.
It has paved a diamond set around the display screen. The package includes original cables and extra game cartridges, original blue leather display cartridges and of course the certificate of rich-man-plays-18k-gold-gameboy. This is something no one else will ever have! It weighs 27 ounces and has 6 x 3.6 x 1.5 inch in size.
Everyone probably heard of "popular" people spending obscene amounts of money on the most trivial, puerile, and preposterous of things - huge, cumbersome gold chains, platinum pot leaves, pimp suits, you name it. But none of these compare to the personalized, one-of-a-kind, diamond-encrusted Gameboy. That is gallons beyond anything I have heard or seen. And something tells me the same aforementioned "popular" people will surely race to get their hands on this disaster. On a second thought, this may be used as an eye-shredder or something like that. Just get it out of your pocket and show it off. As simple as that! Many will fall before such an abomination.
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