Small Store Owner Embarrassing Gay Marriage Opponents in Just the Perfect Way

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Daintree Paper, an independent stationery shop in Dublin, Ireland, was tired of all the homophobic and deceitful fliers and pamphlets they had been receiving in the lead-up to next month’s vote on a referendum for same-sex marriage, so they decided to turn it into something beautiful. All of the hate filled pages were transformed into wedding confetti. The company’s new campaign is appropriately called, “A Shred of Decency,” and according to their video, the confetti is made from “100% recycled lies.” All proceeds from the sale of the confetti will go to the campaign supporting the referendum for same-sex marriage according to TheJournal.

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