Happy 4th of July everyone! And what better way to celebrate than an update with Bicycle Holiday! (relevancy?)
Yes. This is a regular post. If you actually click past the break, its back to the old style deck reviews of yesteryear.
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Well. The only place you’ll find this set is eBay. Unless you have a time travel machine. Hm. I could use one of those. Variable pricing. If you want a new set you can easily dropped above 15-20$. For the two barely used sets I got they were under 5$ +shipping. Ebay is cool like that. But is the price worth it. Yes. The used ones were…some sort of broken in so they were pretty magical. At least that was my first impression. Though .. they still are.
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I think these were made for ..uh… 1996. So a little around 15 years ago. Good luck with building that time machine.
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A little to a lot better than todays Kentucky Bicycles. Or even the Ohio Costco bicycles for that matter.
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Wooooooooo 10 out of 10 !!!! I’m not being biased at all!!! These are super awesome, I wish all playing cards were made like theseeeeee. In seriouslyness, they’re somewhere between 9 and 10.
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Well. Snowflakes on a typical Bicycle background. Doesn’t get too much better than that for me. I guess. Perhaps snowflakes on a tally ho card. Sparkly pretty.
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Nothing says playing cards and holiday time that red and green playing cards with snowflakes on the back. Except for red and green playing cards with santa on the back. Probably more suited for me for holiday style card magic rather than holiday style card flourishing. Whatever that is. Of course, the green color changes better if you want to add snowflakes to a card or something. The red is like a deeper burgundy bicycle kinds of red. I think. I’m saying that from memory. Wait. I haven’t reviewed that Burgundy deck yet…darn…
— Kudos ♪♫