If, somehow, you are impressed rather than creeped out by Robin Thicke's increasingly embarrassing attempts to win back his estranged wife, you may want to try some of his tactics on your own ex. And thanks to a new partnership between Thicke and 1-800-FLOWERS.com, you can—for the not-at-all-desperate price of $349.99. That's how much a "Get Her Back" bouquet costs from the flower retailer, and if that seems a little high, consider the fact that the arrangement consists of 100 "romantic premium long-stem red roses."
If you use the promo code "THICKE" when buying the bouquet, which is named after Thicke's song for Paula Patton, you also get a free digital download of his latest album, which is titled (of course) Paula. If you have not failed your relationship on quite as spectacular a level as Thicke, you may want to opt for the cheaper 12- or 18-stem version of the bouquet, which is also named after a new Thicke song: "Forever Love," Time reports. Another embarrassing headline for Thicke? Paula sold less than 54 copies in Australia upon its debut, the Guardian reports. UK first-week sales were similarly dismal (530), and even US sales were pretty sad, People notes.