There’s a market for almost everything on the Internet, and here’s your proof: There are dedicated collectors ready and willing to pay thousands of dollars for prized vintage cereal boxes.
For a time, it seemed the place the paparazzi caught Britney Spears most frequently was at the supermarket. Which makes sense, really—she’s a single mom with kids, you do what you gotta do! This week, some enterprising dumpster diver hawked what was alleged to be her grocery lists, and the result is a true-blue…
Since 2010, a woman from Galicia, Spain has claimed ownership of the sun. With some hot real estate on her hands—a circumference of 2,713,406 miles, all told—Maria Duran began selling parts of the fiery star on eBay at about $1 for 11 square feet a couple of years ago. Because eBay shut her operation down before she…
Collecting dolls is intense enough. Collecting HAUNTED dolls? That's really graduate-level eccentricity. And yet, if that appeals, the Internet is ready and waiting to facilitate your interest.
But this being the world we live in, you can buy such a thing if you are the kind of person who thinks this is an edgy fashion statement to make.
Ebay has compiled a list of its most searched, most purchased fashion of 2014 and the top results do not bode well for the state of global ambition. You could almost predict it, but they were: overalls and yoga pants, reinforcing the notion that fashion went to complete shit this year and everyone gave the hell up.
It's the age-old plot of every rom com: Guy meets girl, guy loves girl, guy buys expensive vacation for himself and girl, girl realizes she isn't into guy and says goodbye (which is totally her right), guy can't cancel vacation, guy sells her space on eBay and asks for pics. This is it: The most romantic story of our…
Are you in the market for a potential new imaginary friend but lack the imagination to come up with any good options on your own? Did your last imaginary friend hate you as much as your real friends? Well, look no further than this eBay posting to solve all your problems.
Congratulations, collectors of fine scatological art (and gifts), you can still purchase a print of a dog shamelessly shitting on the sidewalk for the low price of $50k. The print, which the seller says is "one of a kind" and will never (ever) be reproduced again. Not even if you ask politely.
This is seriously insane and I'm upset I didn't think of it first.
Shopping for pre-owned fur coats on eBay in the dead of summer is remarkably entertaining thanks to the models, who range from reluctant to fabulous.
Some sly wit has put a purity ring (used) up for sale on Ebay. All proceeds go to Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles. A++ troll; two thumbs up.
Pharrell is auctioning off the 30-gallon hat he wore at the 2014 Grammys, the same hat which basically caused the Internet to explode that night.
For all the strides the internet has made in its relatively short history, it's still primarily a bazaar populated by exclusively basement-dwelling people selling mostly useless crap, illicit crap, or actual crap crap. And the occasional human being, which, according to eBay's official policy, is forbidden.
You can now buy George Zimmerman's vision of America: a flag drowning in a deep blue sea of shit.
I have finally figured out what I want for Christmas, everyone.
If your daughter and her "bitchy little friends" fib about having a sleepover so they can "hang like little trollops" at an older guy's house, you should probably sell their One Direction tickets on eBay so they'll remember that their parents — who know all about lying, because "tricks like this on OUR parents is how…
A bride in the U.K. ordered the new tires wedding cake on the left and got that used tires monstrosity on the right. What to do? Sell that b on eBay!
Well, hello, fabulous Dita Von Teese and Dita Von Teese's fabulous French-Blue 1939 Packard.
After Nike temporarily pulled from its stores a New York Yankees t-shirt that celebrated the team's 1978 and 2006 routs of the Boston Red Sox — events Yankees fans call "the Boston Massacre" — the shirts started popping up on eBay. Nike was worried the shirts, which bear the words "Boston Massacre" spattered with…