Saturday, February 25, 2006

Ebay Insanity.

I have never bought anything off ebay, but a friend of mine called me up and asked me if I would look something up (some movie) to see if it was listed for sale.

As i'm looking up this thing, I come to find that everything else that is listed is way more interesting.

This is what I found on sale for ebay, that was worth sharing. All descriptions are copied right from Ebay...and unaltered.

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This is a hard tanned buffalo scrotums. The scrotums is from winter bulls, so it has alot hair. The sack is 4 1/2 inches long and is a 12 1/2 inches in circumference. The sack has a inche long hole, but the hair covers it up. It is a very good conversation piece.





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Here we have 10 coyote baculum. The dicks run 2 1/2 inches to 3 1/8 inches long. They are clean disinfected. They make good ear rings, and great novelty gifts.



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A pair of pheasant legs with nice spurs and claws






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I found this crazy Dorito in a bag of Doritos on 02/20/2006. It was in a 13 oz. bag of cool ranch doritos that expires april 4 2006.. It's really thick. It looks like a chicken nugget. It's CRAZY, you gotta see it. Look at the pic. It's also really hard (glob of dorito?) I don't think you can eat it. I'll bet it will last forever and it has dorito seasoning all over it. If anything it's worth $3.49 cause thats what this bag cost. Maybe you can call doritos and tell them you found this thing in the bag and you want a new bag. Maybe carve it into the virgin mary and double your money.


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It's True...bread shaped like a buttcrack. I just couldn't eat it and couldn't throw it away either. I hope it goes to a good home where someone will have a good laugh or smile just as I did when I opened the bread bag. My husband thinks it looks more like PacMan, all in the eye of the beholder.




All of these Items had bids on them, and the only thing i'm left wondering is...Who actually wants these things?

34 comments:

Miss Ash said...

That's sick.

Lindsey said...

You would be surprised. A man I know bought one of those penis' like the coyote but it was from an elephant seal. Huge and gross.

slopmaster said...

I'd be curious to see how much those things sell for.

Princess Pessimism said...

Miss Ash - I only looked for 15 minutes as I was getting ready for Heathers, but can you imagine what I would have found if I Was on for longer??

Linny - Well, I suppose that answers the question of WHO wants those things...i'm not surprised it's someone you know. LOL

Sloppy - You and me both buddy...

angel, jr. said...

People will buy anything.

Trib said...

Alright! Just what my baculum collection needs!

Princess Pessimism said...

Angel - Yes...they will...but what sort of people need a piece of bread that looks like a buttcrack?

Trib - I thought you were going to say "Just what my earring collection needs."...LOL!

Phil said...

So you're not going to buy my buttcrack bread? I've bought lots of stuff on e-bay, including a bowling ball. I never imagained you could mail a bowling ball, but apparently you can.

Princess Pessimism said...

Phil - I imagine you've bought a lot of stuff on Ebay, and maybe i'm just slow to accepting it as a major shopping outlet, but i dont have the patience to find what I'm looking for, unless its specific to what I want. But on a bowling ball, the shipping must have cost a fortune. LOL

rawbean said...

I find the dorito the most disturbing if you can believe it. It's like it has major birth defects and the only way it will make a living is to run away with the surface. Really tugs at the heart strings...

Princess Pessimism said...

Rawbean - Maybe you should buy it then...give it a good home. LOL

yrautca said...

I heard people sell their lives on there.

Marcus said...

Did you see the leftover brussel sprout someone sold for just under £100? It was leftover from his xmas lunch.

Go to google.co.uk and search on "ebay brussel sprout".

See?

Princess Pessimism said...

Marcus - I found something, but it says that it was in your local "Rag" and that it was sold for 1200 pounds.

Princess Pessimism said...

Yrautca - WHAT??? Is that where they got the idea for that new movie "Hostel"? Which was based on a true story....

yrautca said...

Not sure PP. Never watched the movie and dont intend to. I heard it was disturbing.

Princess Pessimism said...

Yrautca - Whats the matter? Scared? LOL!!!

yrautca said...

Not scared. I am just in no mood to watch something like that. I watched the Texas Chainsaw with brother last year and it was deeply deeply disturbing. It just freaks you out big time. I dont want to watch Wolf Creek either. Now if I have a warm female body next to mine, thats a different situation altogether. Then I can watch whatever needs to be watched.

Princess Pessimism said...

Yrautca - I understand what you mean about the TCM...I wrote a horror movie blog some time ago...4 parts. Very long. But I love horror movies, and I wrote all about my favorite ones and why.

The thing that gets me about TCM is when the guy puts the girl on the meathook, the sound of that hook ripping into her spine...Yikes....If you found that disturbing, please never watch the Devil's Rejects....That one even disturbed me.

slopmaster said...

Devil's rejects.... I'll have to pick it up. Love scary movies.

Princess Pessimism said...

Sloppy - Oh Totally, you'll love it. I never watched the special features of my dvd's but I sort of listened to them one day while I was cleaning, and there were interviews about how disturbing the scenes were, and were talking about what i'll refer to as "The hotel room scene with the gun, and the girl in her bra".

I guess during filming, some of the film crew were crying watching the scene becuase it was so bad...

Aside from the grossness of it, it's an awesome movie.

Sexy Suburbanite said...

So funny! Last year someone was selling a piece of toast with the Virgin Mary's face on it and they got something like $30K for it. Can you imagine??

Also, I saw a news article a few years ago about the world's largest cheeto (it looked about the same size as that giant dorito) and the guy who found the giant cheeto got all sorts of cash for it. Crazy!

Princess Pessimism said...

S.Subs - Doesnt this post make you look around your house and wonder what you can sell? That's all i've been doing for the past 2 days...

Natalia said...

I love ebay. I buy stuff off ebay all the time. My sister and brother in law have an ebay store and live (quite well) off that alone.

That said, there is some crazy shit going on there. But there is something for everyone. And while I don't quite get it...it's what freedom brings with it.

lol

-N

Princess Pessimism said...

Natalia - They actually have an Ebay Store??

Natalia said...

PP-

An online store, yeah. They sell upscale clothing. They like the freedom of schedule and working for themselves. But there are a lot of people not doing it as well... but my brother in law spends considerable time on research.

-N

Jennifer said...

OK, doesn't anyone else wonder if the coyotes and buffalos were killed so these yahoos could sell their parts on the internet?

Trib said...

I just assumed it was native americans using every part of them.

Princess Pessimism said...

Natalia - That sounds like a great idea. A good friend of mine makes a fortune doing that...it's crazy.

Jennifer - I DID wonder that, but hoped that those animals werent killed, but rather died of natural causes....Or, I agree with Trib.

berly02 said...

Oh my, I do believe the Dorito is my favorite though.

Amichai said...

new thought of the day.

Ebay=squishy underbelly of the world of consumerism.

Ebay, the abyss that stares back.

Jennifer said...

Do you think that 10 male coyotes all died at the same time of natural causes and this person just happened to find them when he was out for a walk?

Trib said...

I'm sure they were trapped, but probably not for their baculums.

Jennifer said...

Wouldn't it be bacula?