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We know that it's probably impossible to attend a reception without being relentlessly scammed upon with lines borrowed from Wedding Crashers, but do people really need to be told not to use fake medals in their quest for strings-free wedding sex? Apparently, they do:

Veterans were especially incensed by the Web site, which offered a Purple Heart you could print and cut out. "Carrying a Purple Heart in your jacket guarantees you attention, admiration and plenty of free booze," the site advised.
Thomas Cottone Jr., an FBI agent who busts people for making, selling or wearing phony medals, said: "I challenge the producer of that movie to go to Walter Reed Hospital and walk through the ward and see if he still wants to print out a fake Purple Heart. Talk to some of these people who don't have legs anymore and see how funny they think that movie is."

It seems that the Purple Heart has been removed from the site's Crasher Kit (luckily, party clowns haven't lobbied to have the balloon sculpture part taken down, so there's hope for us yet), but let's make sure that all of the bases are covered—in most cases, it's probably a bad idea to blow off your own legs to make your fake war veteran story more believable.