Lucky Charms Box....FOR WHAT?!

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  1. onesock

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    I once agreed that people are Lemmings....I see now Lemmings are more intelligent and do what they do for a purpose.

    People are just stupid.
     
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    Man, that guy has a ton of stupid auctions.
     
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    If you actually bothered to look at the auction, it says in pretty clear hints that the box contains $250 worth of drugs.
     
  5. onesock

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    It also says "Nothing illegal and it complies with eBay policies."
     
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    Oh, an ebay seller lying about the thing he's selling! Somebody call Batman!
     
  7. Robogeek28

    Robogeek28 Who're you calling a geek?

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    :lol 
     
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    I have a funny feeling the "extra gifts" are the damn marshmallows themselves.

    People sure are stupid and wasteful with their money.
     
  9. MegaMoonMan

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    Actually, if you look at the clue, I think he wants you to think that he'll give you money for every marshmallow found.
     
  10. onesock

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    Yeah...the clue spells out cash...
     
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    Wow. Imagine paying over $1000 on a box of cereal, only to get $250 in "prizes." Maybe whatever is inside has a higher street value.
     
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    Not sure what's up with this dude, but I do know that I have come across "joke" auctions in the past that people put up in contests to see who can top who with ridiculous items for sale. I also know most of the bidders are often friends of the seller.

    A while back, some guy was selling a pine needle on e-bay and had a very long vid in the item's description showing how he got it...wtf?!?...His was the first auction I found to be part of this amusing e-bay counterculture because it was obvious he was competing with his buddies for the dumbest auction award.

    Poking fun at e-bay is always fun unless you're actually bidding on something serious. Then, I'm gonna be gunning for you if you screw up my bid! :duel  Or, swording, in this case...
     

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