Mr. and Mrs. Crist, We Got You Some Wedding Gifts

Riptide started feeling really, really bad about all of these jokes we have been making about the wedding of Gov. Charlie Crist and Carole Rome. These are two actual people, with actual feelings for each other, who have decided to spend the rest of their lives together in holy matrimony (who aren't gay, which would be illegal. Thanks Charlie!) So we decided to get them some gifts. Ethics regulations be damned! Okay, maybe we bought a few of them before we had this change of heart, but it's too late to take them back -- they're already wrapped.    
Next time you two lovebirds decided to hightail it to Europe, this tin bank, available for $8 at Blue Q, will help you save up enough money to pay for it yourself, and not make taxpayers foot the bill.

I guess you'll have to save this for your first Halloween as husband and wife, but we know how much you love chain gangs.

This is available here!

We're not sure. You might already have one of these. It's okay, just let us know. We saved the receipt.

This is just in case a Lil' Crist ever comes along. Haha, what? It's by Bob Graham. Well certainly it's not the same one you lost to by 26 percent in 1998. That would just be awkward.

This isn't from us; it's actually from our crazy conservative friend.

We know you wanted to be John McCain's vice president so very, very badly, but then that Sarah Palin character came along and stole your spot. But all she got was public humiliation like this. Aren't you glad someone didn't make a video of you getting gang-banged?

-- Kyle Munzenrieder

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