Carrie To Market "Peace In The Valley" Sex Toys To Christian Book Stores.

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Monday, 16 November 2009


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Carrie Prejean held a press conference today to announce a new product line that she will market to Christian book stores all across the country.

"There is nothng in the bible about breast implants and there is nothing in the bible about personal gratification. It is God's will that there be Peace In The Valley and that we not hide our bushel under a light. It is time to take our instruments of personal gratification out of the closet..and into the light of day and into the light of night and under the light of our camcorders"

First catologs of the new product line show many different types and varieties of the toys, among them:

Parting The Seas...a robust instrument that promises a breathtaking experience in several colors. Vibrations come in slow fast and OMG.

The "least of these" model petite and in a velvet pouch it will remind you of your first husband.

Go Down Moses product details yet to be announced. Promises a one of a kind experience.

The Amazing Grace one for the men an anatomically perfect blow up female doll will grant your every wish suitable for multiple stoning's.

Ms. Prejean also announced that she will be starting a national Christian book store tour in the near future where she will be signing 9" x 12" pictures of her vagina and speaking in tongues.

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