Adopt A Lawyer For The Holidays With My Pet Lawyer

Posted: Dec 9 2008, 9:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:09pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

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I would imagine owning a pet lawyer would be like owning any other pet that could turn on you at any minute like say a pit bull or a llama. You never know when a pit bull will decide to kill you and you never know when that pet llama will spit in your eye.

The pet lawyer could sue you into oblivion at any given time, almost as bad as llama spit in my book. My Pet Lawyer is a remote control lawyer replica that laughs, growls, and repeats one of nine pre-programmed sayings.

The gadgets eyes and mouth light up, it can sit or stand and the arms are bendable. On the feet of the lawyer are magnets to stand it on the scales of justice brief case and a crushed victim is included. Magnets in the head can keep accessories like wigs in place though the accessories aren't included. You can get your own pet lawyer for $34.99.

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