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Beach theme wedding.. what do you think of these favors?

Are they really practical? I'm contemplating whether to get them or not.

The starfish bottle opener is cute, but not everyone can use them. How about these kissing fish salt and Pepper shakers? I received one set (in Love Birds design) from the last wedding I attended, they are so cute.

Or these shell design candy boxes if you want to present something edible that all guests can enjoy

My French husband is holidaying in France. I am not. This means I'm a little lonely, and when I'm a little lonely, I tend to spend a lot of time looking at random things on the net.

Last night, at 1.09am, I was bidding on a vintage 1950s handbag, which I won for a mere £8.04, thanks to dollars being more fun than pounds or Euros.

Trawling through page upon page of vintage Salt and pepper shakers (of course I don't need another flamingo themed one, but it doesn't mean I don't want it fake purses) I decided to look at things from the modern day, for a change.

I'm not an avid shopper of new stuff, apart from food. After all, I make t-shirts for Red Hot Ruby and work from home, so the only things I really need are – you've guessed it – t-shirts, and pyjamas and fake handbags. I wear them all year round – the t-shirts, and the pyjamas - sometimes adding a sweatshirt on top when it gets cold, which despite it being summer - is now.

I also wear jeans every single day, so I have a faint interest in vintage Lee or vintage Levis, but that's about it. I don't own a single designer item replica purses, and that's fine by me.

Admittedly, if my husband came home with Mulberry's Ostrich Bayswater bag I would pass out, then surgically attach it to my right arm for the rest of my life, not just because it's a nice bag, but because I would be adopting the 'steal my bag, steal me!' policy for any prospective thief, which I imagine would be fairly off-putting. It's a lovely bag, replica handbags but it's not worth re-mortgaging my flat for. replica louis vuitton handbags

Back to last night and ebay. I decided to type in some fancy names – Dolce & Gabbana, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Chloe – and see what popped up. I really wanted to see how many counterfeit items popped up, and whether, as someone who has no idea what a Chloe Paddington bag looks like, I could tell straight away that something fishy was going on. It turns out I could.

A Chloe Paddington bag was being sold by a 'working mum with a 23-month-old child who needs to turn out her wardrobe to make some money for our new baby's nursery fees'. Really? I was intrigued.

Not only did the seller fill us in on her personal life (do I really need to know that her IVF treatment has been successful? I'm just after a bag, not a new friend) but she also happens to have the biggest wardrobe known to man. Checking her feedback revealed that she's sold over 100 bags recently, all with tags, and all for the same reason – the nursery fees.

Oddly, she has even sold the same designer handbags, several times over. Buyers have all left positive feedback, so happy are they with their knock-off goods. Clearly this seller lays on the personal drivel so that naive, or more likely wanabee WAGs fall for it. Quite frankly, I'm surprised their acrylic finger nails allow for any frantic last minute bidding.

Ebay have just paid out £30 million to the Louis Vuitton empire, and £20,000 to Hermes for allowing counterfeit goods which claim to be authentic under their name. Why, I wonder, are so many people still getting away with it? More to the point, why are people buying it?

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