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If your auntie Mavis ever bought you an expensive but naff cardigan and then the daft cow lost the receipt OR you unearth 3000 classic porn mags in the attic and the wife isn't into that sort of thing and you need to get rid of them ... this site is for you.

Designed to bring the gullible with too much money and strange wants within reach of every conniving shyster with internet access, this on line auction website is the way to make pounds from the useless crap you have littering your house.

Advertise what you've got on Ebay and you are reaching out to 2 billion or so internet users. Someone somewhere out there must have a desperate need for 10 copies of Bukkake Face Painting Monthly or even that stuffed Capybara that Uncle Harold shot up the Amazon. Post the details on the site and people will be flinging money of strange sizes, shapes and denominations at you before you've got your hand off the mouse.

Although rules have been enacted to stop people and bodyparts being sold online, before that happened one girl sold her virginity on Ebay (although she was a Lesbo so unlikely to have much use for it)

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one bloke was trying to sell one of his kidneys to pay off some gambling debts (before the debt collectors took it anyway I guess).

It should be noted that the wording of every advert should be checked like you study a Tony Bliar speech for cunning punctuation and wording. A semi-recent scam was the sale of a Playstation 2 box. Great price ... only thing was the Playstation wasn't in the box. Also there are thieving pikeys who advertise great items at low low prices, take your money and do a runner.

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