NHS Blood and Transplant "Kidney-shaped love" by Aesop

NHS Blood and Transplant wants people to consider giving an unusual gift this Valentine's Day - their kidney.

The spokesperson for this effort is comedian Alex Smith, who performs a tongue-in-cheek song for couples at a club on Valentine’s night. But instead of a romantic ballad, the lovers are treated to such lines as: "I’d give you my heart / But I’d have to be dead / And I just got a free trial on Amazon Prime / So please have my kidney instead..."

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