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Tuesday, January 30, 2007

If your life is so good ...
Why did you sell it on e-bay?

In case you didn't already see it, a man in Australia sold his life for on e-bay for A$ 7,500.

The ad is cute ... read it here.   Highlights included:

Will introduce to all my friends & potential lovers (around 8 which I have been flirting with)
- I have around 15 close friends and around 170 other friends
- I have 2 nemeses.
- Lifestyle is very social. It includes a lot of going out.

This auction also includes the following
- A 4 week training course by the former me which includes the following:
- Many anecdotes and stories from a very interesting and intriguing past 24 years of my life
- 6 Jokes
- Training in becoming me (fashion, food, lifestyle, style of seduction, interests)
- Haircut like mine
- Piercings to the value of $180.
- Lessons in my personal history (The good stuff and the bad stuff)
- Skills Lessons (as mentioned above)

NB: After the 4 week training winning bidder will also receive 2 months of on-call support.

Please note the following
- A friend owes me $20. Another friend owes me a six-pack of beer which you can redeem upon winning the bid.
- The winning applicant should probably shout the next $20 worth of weed.
- Will need to become vegetarian. This can however be changed in the future.
- There is some tension with a former ex from a painful breakup which must be inherited.

Bidding closed last week (23 January), so sorry if you missed it and really wanted to buy a new life down under. Wish I could make this stuff up.


Anonymous Maribeth said...

LOL! I think anyone who would sell their life is a sad sap. Of course when I think about my own life, I am not sure I could give it away.
Not that I would want to.
You see I own it all. The good, the bad and the ugly!

1:15 AM, January 31, 2007  
Anonymous Hamish said...

I wonder if he's planning on outsourcing the two months of on-call support.

11:57 AM, January 31, 2007  
Blogger christina said...

I'd be interested in the nemeses. I don't have any of those yet. Not that I know of, anyway. But maybe I'm someone else's nemesis? Who knows?

2:01 PM, January 31, 2007  
Blogger EuroTrippen said...

I'm not willing to chuck my life for a fresh one, but I'd go halfsies on a timeshare. Preferably on a life lived in some exotic locale...

3:02 PM, February 01, 2007  

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