Adults who collected "fancy paper" as children in the 80s are being targeted in the firesale.
However, a spokesman declared that the parchment is:
"[...] perfect for any interesting parties - such as a gay wedding for a Kentucky gentleman and his fiancé, struggling as they are to have the issuance of such licences across the Atlantic, what with the postmistress-general being ended up in the prison. We'd hold a big hooley in the function room of an Irish hotel, with below-cost line dancers, and of course give the wedding the state-sanctioned Tá. The parchment could be used as a kind of keepsake of signatures, and certainly the signings could be overseen by the secular officiator, who wouldn't ever be a priest. Also, we could have some wedding parchment napkins. Printed out on them, you know, Jefferson and Willard, or what have you, in a heart shape. And to be hung on the wall when they get back home, next to their His and His gun licences."