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Get Her Back! Robin Thicke Teams Up with 1-800-Flowers

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Alright fellas, if you’re looking to get your lady back, Robin Thicke is probably the last person you’d take advice from.

Thicke’s been laying it on thick, publicly trying to get his estranged wife, actress Paula Patton back. But she’s not budging. So, why in the name of St. Valentine would team up with him?!

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Paula Patton, Robin Thicke during happier times is currently running a special where if you purchase either the Forever Love or Get Her Back bouquet, you receive a free digital download of Paula, Thicke’s tear-stained public plea for forgiveness.

Just use the promo code THICKE at checkout.

Here’s a description for the Forever Love bouquet, which comes in 12 Stems for $64.99 or 18 for $89.99:

Whether you’re looking to get the attention of a certain someone or letting her know she’s always in your heart, you can’t go wrong with a fresh bouquet of premium long-stemmed red roses. Inspired by the music of Robin Thicke, they’re hand-designed by our expert florists and arranged in a ruby red vase to help you express your feelings in the most romantic way possible.

If you really messed up, lay it on “Thicke” with the “Get Her Back” bouquet. Which will set you back $349.99:

Looking for a guaranteed way to get her back? Send our lush and luxurious bouquet of 100 romantic premium long-stem red roses! Inspired by Robin Thicke’s hit single, this spectacular rose arrangement is artistically hand-designed by our expert florists to help you express your feelings perfectly. We’re sure she’ll get the message.

When will Thicke and his drama just wilt away?! He’s become a giant thorn in our side!

And that’s today’s helping of The Online Dish with Maggie.


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