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Anyone buy this van?

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Just wondering if it does anything interesting.
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  • It’s just a deal for extra donuts, you don’t get the van as a decoration or anything.
  • It’s just a deal for extra donuts, you don’t get the van as a decoration or anything.

    You don't get the van?? Awww wow thanks, i almost bought it just because i prefer CHOCOLATE FROSTED DONUTS interested of pink lol
  • It’s just a deal for extra donuts, you don’t get the van as a decoration or anything.

    You don't get the van?? Awww wow thanks, i almost bought it just because i prefer CHOCOLATE FROSTED DONUTS interested of pink lol

    :D:D:D
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  • Wouldn't this be considered faulty advertising, since they show a picture of a van you won't get?
  • I think false advertising only matters in England. Similar to how product labels often warn, "this has been known to cause cancer in California."
  • If you did get the van I would throw a little money into the game to get it.
  • I think false advertising only matters in England. Similar to how product labels often warn, "this has been known to cause cancer in California."

    Well its also a little bait and switch too, since they show one thing but your getting just the normal donut truck in the end....
  • I think false advertising only matters in England. Similar to how product labels often warn, "this has been known to cause cancer in California."

    Does that mean it won't cause cancer if I stay away from California? ;)
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  • I think false advertising only matters in England. Similar to how product labels often warn, "this has been known to cause cancer in California."

    Does that mean it won't cause cancer if I stay away from California? ;)

    Everything in california causes freaking cancer! There is nothing you can buy in california that doesn't have a freaking warning that states its got chemicals that are known to cause cancer 😪

    Hell ever freaking lumber has the warning? Surprised there isn't a warning for the air we breathe outside written in the sky with sky writing....
  • tapaddict1027
    70 posts Member
    edited November 2019
    So do you get a pink van, or NO van?
  • no van, just a bonus amount of donuts.
  • Was hoping for the van too, but the 150 bonuts were nice!
  • annettemarc
    7720 posts Member
    edited November 2019
    H0LLYW000D wrote: »
    I think false advertising only matters in England. Similar to how product labels often warn, "this has been known to cause cancer in California."

    Does that mean it won't cause cancer if I stay away from California? ;)

    Everything in california causes freaking cancer! There is nothing you can buy in california that doesn't have a freaking warning that states its got chemicals that are known to cause cancer 😪

    Hell ever freaking lumber has the warning? Surprised there isn't a warning for the air we breathe outside written in the sky with sky writing....

    LOL. I agree about all those warnings! I just moved from California (San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas ) a couple years ago, after living there for 65 years. If you wrote anything in the sky there, nobody could see it. :)

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  • Idk how this turned into a cancer thread; but honestly, don't be mad at CA for warning you. Be mad at corporations that have no problem selling you products that contain hazardous chemicals. Our health is secondary to their profit margin. That's no good!
  • Idk how this turned into a cancer thread; but honestly, don't be mad at CA for warning you. Be mad at corporations that have no problem selling you products that contain hazardous chemicals. Our health is secondary to their profit margin. That's no good!

    What about all the food products that have labels saying it contains genetically modified ingredients?
  • I guess my answer to that, is what about all the countries that have banned GMO because their citizens don't want it? The US has elevated corporate profits above the public welfare.
  • I think this thread is a suspect cancer agent.
  • Meh.....a bus could hit me tomorrow and end it all. My dead body would regret not eating that pizza or laying in the sun for an afternoon. I'll take my chances.

    Its all one big roll of the dice anyhoo.....im gonna enjoy it while I can.
  • H0LLYW000D wrote: »
    I think false advertising only matters in England. Similar to how product labels often warn, "this has been known to cause cancer in California."

    Does that mean it won't cause cancer if I stay away from California? ;)

    Everything in california causes freaking cancer! There is nothing you can buy in california that doesn't have a freaking warning that states its got chemicals that are known to cause cancer 😪

    Hell ever freaking lumber has the warning? Surprised there isn't a warning for the air we breathe outside written in the sky with sky writing....

    LOL. I agree about all those warnings! I just moved from California (San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas ) a couple years ago, after living there for 65 years. If you wrote anything in the sky there, nobody could see it. :)

    Congrats on getting out the valley! Well now a days no one really looks up at the sky, so it wouldn't really matter 😅 everyone, and i do mean everyone is to bloody focused on their phones...
  • Lobes06 wrote: »
    Meh.....a bus could hit me tomorrow and end it all. My dead body would regret not eating that pizza or laying in the sun for an afternoon. I'll take my chances.

    Its all one big roll of the dice anyhoo.....im gonna enjoy it while I can.

    nah if that happens you'll find your self in a Isekai
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