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Thursday, 9 December 2010

Milwaukee, Wis - A Brett Favre ornament that Ben Warren has hung in every Christmas tree he has had since 1995, announced it's retirement after this Christmas season.

"I know that I have added something to every tree that I have ever hung on, and believe that it is my time to be sold on eBay to some Packer fan that appreciates me for what I am, a poorly made representation of Brett Favre." The plastic toy told Ben Warren, who was in tears at the announcement.

"I know Ben will miss me, but I think it is my time, I have given it my all..." The ornament broke down and began to cry. "Ben knows I can't produce the magic anymore, and I am more of a liability to the future Christmas trees he purchases." The ornament added.

Ben Warren was given the ornament when he was a freshman in high school by his drunk uncle Ralph.

"The ornament is the only pleasant memory I have of my Uncle Ralph, and it is sad to think that the ornament doesn't want to hang in my tree any more." Ben Warren said.

The ornament is believed to have brought Ben Warren a lot of good luck and seen some pretty crazy things, but felt it was time to move on and help someone else celebrate Christmas.

If you are looking for a Brett Favre ornament for a Christmas gift for someone next year, it will be posted on Ben Warren's eBay account starting January 3, 2011, after he takes his Christmas tree down.

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