Golden Wii for 299,995.00

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Yea, I'll just slap down the money I was going to use for dining out this week to buy that.


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I'd buy it if it was a sequel to Wii :P

my custom made chrome wii looks better :D

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do you think i could trade my original wii for one of those?

The iPod Touch SUPREME looks pretty sexy to me. Anyone want to loan/give me $300k?

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LOL what's with the digital sparkling hahah

DAMN! that is awesome

no idea how to make this properly work

I will buy with my retirement fund...jkjk


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Look at the others, golden PS3, diamond and titanium iphone...sweet


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