Ok, so I was browsing through the product reviews at ellusionist.com, when I came across this one for the Infinity Playing Cards. I'm sure it's just me, but does this make you scratch your head? It seems like it was written for the sole purpose of trying to get a featured spot on the product page...which it did. Normally when I see a fluffed review, I disregard that product. However, I recently took up card collecting, so the review was irrelevant to my decision, but still bugged me. I hold high respect for companies that will feature some of the mediocre reviews as well. It seems that E fancies the reviews that aren't actually reviews, but more of product plugs. All the real reviews are left in the READ MORE section, for you to sift through. Anyway, here are the two that bugged me:
"This Truly Unique Deck Of Cards Proves That Impossibility Is Possible.
THE most precious deck to get your hands on. From their design to their box, these cards give a look at the 25th century; truly. No words can describe the impossible. Not until it BECAME possible. Infinities are THE best handling deck we will ever know of. What inspired people to take a shot at impossibility? And succeed?"
"Stop. No really, stop what you're doing and order this deck of cards. Imagine the timeless beauty of the Venus de Milo and the smooth responsiveness and feel of a fine Italian sports car. Now, with that in mind, throw in the incredible customer service of the Ellusionist team and what do you have? Heaven, only one word can describe it. Order yours now before they run out. You won't be disappointed."
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