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Therapy Dog Creates NFTs For Holiday Gifts To Support Charity

Kal-El has posted over 900 “Dog Tells Dad Jokes” NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) to give out as holiday gifts. The proceeds will be donated to SPCA and Take A Hike Foundation.

Nov. 27, 2021 / PRZen / SEATTLE — Kal-El Fine, a popular social media personality on Facebook and Instagram has created a collection of over 900 Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT). They are called “Dog Tells Dad Jokes Memes.” This creative hound wants them to be given out as a really UNIQUE HOLIDAY GIFT. What a stocking stuffer. Your gift recipient will want to know what a NFT is. And, you will  be doing good because the money will go to charity. These are some of the funniest memes on the planet and there is something for everyone, including political jokes. By giving a NFT, you don’t have to fight the crowds at Walmart or worry about the  global supply chain. This pooch has assembled over 775 dad jokes and 125 political memes to chose from on just about every subject. There is something for everyone’s virtual stocking stuffer. The memes are located on OpenSea, the eBay of NFTs.

And, proceeds from this sale will go to Take A Hike Foundation and to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

If you need a little help in buying your NFT, check out this link: And, to be honest, it’s a bit more complicated than using Amazon’s 1-click. Also, it is way more cost effective if you buy more than one meme. Happy holiday shopping with one of the most unique gifts you can give.

BTW, the Bored Ape Yacht Club memes are selling for $208,000 this week. So, for about $24 a meme, Dad Tells Dog Jokes are a great investment.

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