|Assos Bibs Ebay Auction Revisited||Fez|
Oct 24, 2003 7:16 AM
|There were multiple bids on these fine bib shorts.
There are a lot of nuts on Ebay.
The buyer and seller both left good feedback for each other!
Do you think the buyer knew that the smearing was not from chamois cream???
|Sorry, here is the link...||Fez|
Oct 24, 2003 7:17 AM
|HAHAHAHA ... that's disgusting||pmf1|
Oct 24, 2003 9:51 AM
|I can't believe the guy showed a picture of the inside of the pad and someone still bought them ... and for $67! I wouldn't wear them if you paid me $67.
Of course, wasn't used underwear selling briskly on e-bay a few years ago?
I sometimes wonder if you couldn't sell a dog turd on e-bay.
|The stripe must be the "vibrant color" mentioned in the ad. nm||bimini|
Oct 24, 2003 9:55 AM
|Uggh - now I've revisited my breakfast!! NM||Snirp|
Oct 24, 2003 7:45 AM
|Puzzling and seemingly insane, but||geeker|
Oct 24, 2003 11:45 AM
|at least (I presume) the seller wasn't some Nigerian identity-thieving fraudmonger (which is increasingly becoming the eBay norm).
Plenty of "full disclosure" there...I still maintain that the seller put the shorts on eBay to win a bet, as in "Betcha $100 I could even sell s**t-stained skivvies on eBay".
And dog turds probably *are* marketable on eBay, provided they're "authenticated" as produced by celebrity dogs.