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Blue Genes

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The humanjean’s shop, found on the entrepreneurial power site Etsy, develop jeans with your own distinct personal genes. Hugh and Jessica take the fiber of our being, DNA, and splice it into your chosen jeans. Mixing genes with jeans by creating an embroidery pattern of the genetic representation on your existing favorites’ back pockets. The DNA image runs about 100 bucks, the first pair of denim about $200 and each additional will cost $50. Considering this is the ultimate in one-of-a-kind items, not bad.

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