Reserve Not Met

While browsing news articles on the internet I came across the story of a woman who put her gaming husband up for sale on Craigslist.  The link was immediately sent to my aunt who could really relate.


Intrigued, I went scrounging for other obscure listings for sale.  One of the first things I came across was a wireless doorbell…for your dog. 

No amount of training would get my land manatees to use a doorbell when trying to propel themselves through the panes of glass on the door works just as well.

I also found someone claiming that, for only $24.99, they would accurately predict the gender of your unborn child via mail!


Along the same lines there is the person selling a sealed cardboard box claiming that there is a ghost inside.
See, now this is a bad idea whichever way you look at it.  Someone purchasing the box just to prove the seller wrong was dumb enough to spend money on air.  But what if that same person opened the box to reveal an actual apparition? 

This next one is just…wow.  I fully believe that there are men out there who willingly PAID $5k to act in an adult movie.  And by movie they mean the low-budget moaning shown on Skin-a-Max. 


And last but not least (certainly not least) we have someone in Austin, Texas offering their “Immortal Soul” for the starting bid of $500.  Seriously?  Are there really soul collectors out there?


So I put it to you guys:

What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever seen up for auction or sale online?

4 comments:

  1. Donald groves' tooth lmao. The one he ate his mom with.

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  2. Hmmm..probably a girl selling her virginity. Oh, and anything on regretsy.

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  3. I've seen a girl selling her virginity and a piece of cereal that looked exactly like a love heart. The love heart cereal may or may not have been mine.

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  4. love this... especially the ghost in a box...

    Not surprised by the paying to be in a porn.. some people are just desperate for any opportunity to stick it to the man... er.. um.. woman

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