The Wuxi China Expatdom International Expeditionary Force is the exclusive supplier of WCEDVDAS War memorabilia

WCEDVDAS War memorabilia sales have been brisk now that the two organizations, with the same acronym, have declared war on each other. Karl Malden, commander of the WCEIEF which is the exclusive worldwide supplier of WCEDVDAS War memorabilia, told the WCE Blog that his production staff managed to get official WCEDVDAS War hats, t-shirts, posters, beer mugs, coffee mugs, coasters, helmets, combat boots, fridge magnets, bobble-head dolls, lighters, shoes, underwear and lingerie to the shops in three days after beginning production. "Already we have sold all we have produced and will we be hiring more factory personal for tomorrow’s production run." said Malden.

Asked what WCEDVDAS War products have been most popular, Malden said that t-shirts and lingerie bearing an image of Wuxi China Expatdom Film Appreciation Society President Harry Moore between a helmeted Dick Van Dyke and a camouflaged DVD sold out in five minutes after stores opened.

The WCEDVDAS War, itself, got off to a smashing beginning as the two WCEDVDAS navies fought a opening skirmish on Lake Taihu in which they both claimed victory. Neutral observers have agreed that 5 carriers, 1 destroyer and 1 cruiser were sunk, and that 398 aircraft were destroyed in the Battle of Lake Taihu, but have widely disagreed about the numbers lost by each Navy.

On day two of the WCEDVDAS War, there is scheduled to a be a major land battle involving tanks, infantry, artillery and amphibious aircraft carriers at corners of Xueqian and Zhongshan Roads near Wuxi Yaohan, formerly Ba Bai Ban.

The two WCEDVDAS organizations are at war because of a booking conflict involving Wuxi China Expatdom Film Appreciation Society Harry Moore. Each WCEDVDAS blames the other for the booking conflict which ruined their respective grand conventions held on March 1.

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About wuxiandis

An English Teacher in Wuxi, China. Married to a local girl. Father of a boy born August 23, 2007.
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