Quick... check your pockets and see if you got a spare $2.5 million or so bucks that I can borrow? I need it, and I need it bad, because the AllTechnoBlog just pointed out this amazing bargain that I just got to have, so if you will please hurry up and lend me that $2.5 million, I can buy it ....... a new diamond encrusted iPhone, the perfect thing for having in this recession, so, pleaszeeee..... lend me the doe, you know, before someone else snaps it up before I can! Now seriously, you wouldn't want to see a grown man cry, now would you?
Yes, I know that the idea of a multi-million dollar iPhone might seem a little bit over done, but I still want it, ok? I mean if a jeweler like Peter Aloisson from Austria can take the time to produce something as elegant as this, the least I can do is buy the bloody dang thing. After all, the iPhone's main operating button alone is worth it, and for a mere $2,517,345 this thing can be either yours, or mine, provided you have it in your heart to lend me the money. I promise, I'll faithfully pay you back at 50 cents per week, ok?
With some 138 high-quality diamonds, set in solid 18-carat gold, at least chances are good that I will have the coolest iPhone around while I'm waiting in the unemployment line, or dinning in one of my neighborhood's fine soup kitchens! This type of thing usually doesn't just pop up everyday, especially in a major recession like we are all experiencing.
You have to admit that this thing is just perfect for working in the garden, cleaning the toilet, bathing the dog, or even just plain showing off! This phone is really pretty (not to mention pretty expensive!) and as the world's most expensive iPhone to date, it is probably safe to say that you won't be hearing, anytime soon, the words:
"Attention K-Mart shoppers.... Apple 3G 'Kings Button iPhone's' are now on sale in the main aisle - 50 cents off!"
So, thanks to the All Tech Blog for pointing out this bargain for us. It's bargains like this that helps make the credit crisis all seem a wee bit easier to bare.
And that's my 2 cents 4 this Friday, February 27, 2009