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Wizards Hat, Poem
Bibity bobity boo, of course you know it too. That hat that sits upon his head is definitely one of few! He juggles, he makes balloons, he disappears too, but how, how does he do it? It's not his wand, it can't be his lucky rats tails, it must be the hat, that is what it is. He said "It is magic indeed, but not from within me! For it is the hat that sits upon my head." Made out of fabric so fine, silver and blue. The cone midnight blue, and the stars shimmer of silver, but not quite like glue. Well, now you can create your own magic. Buy this hat that gives you these powers. Only for a limited of time you can get this unbelievable hat for only $36. It is the offer of a life time! Call and order today 1-800-XXX-XXXX!

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