CVS Offers Plan B And Metal Handcuffs So You Can ‘Keep It Sweet’ For Valentine’s Day

CVS Offers Plan B And Metal Handcuffs So You Can ‘Keep It Sweet’ For Valentine’s Day
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With Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Eve out of the way, retailers are looking for any holiday they can to throw all sorts of products you don’t need in your face.

Martin Luther King Day and President’s Day don’t exactly have the marketability for retailers to push products (although the Martin Loofah King Exfoliating Glove looks pretty sweet), so retailers are already looking ahead on the calendar in order to sell products.

We may only be one week into January, but that isn’t stopping stores from already pushing Valentine’s Day and all the lovely things the Hallmark holiday entails on us.

One CVS pharmacy in South Jersey (it’s like the rest of New Jersey, but much worse) put out a Valentine’s Day display so you can grab all your essentials in time for February 14. These essentials, of course, include Plan B and handcuffs.

Twitter user Mike Toole shared a photo of the display, taken by his sister.

Stay classy, Dirty Jerz.

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h/t Jezebel, Top Photo Courtesy: Twitter

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