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Have you heard of Golden-Palace.com? They';re one of countless online casino sites, but this one has a fascinating draw. The site is now infamous for purchasing some of the wildest online auction items in the history of eBay.
A couple years ago, Golden Palace placed the winning bid for a special grilled cheese sandwich. Apparently, one side of it bore the face of the Virgin Mary. Although the woman selling it claimed it had brought her good luck, she sure didn';t hold back from selling it for $28,000. Now that';s good luck!
It was spreading like the plague: people selling their body parts to advertisers on eBay. The idea was formulated by an Andrew Fischer who sold advertising space on his forehead for $30,000. Not long after, an Angel Brammer from Scotland offered advertising space on her cleavage. Last year, a woman named Amber Rainey allowed wacky casino site Golden-Palace.com the opportunity to advertise on her pregnant belly for a little over $4,000. Recently, a man even offered advertising space on his behind!
Sadly for those of you interested in cashing in on this strange phenomenon, the wave of popularity has seemed to settle down. But one thing’s for sure: when it comes to online auctioning, creativity pays off.
You';ve got to admit, people love a good gimmick. Remember that guy who invented Pet Rocks? Isn';t he a multi-millionaire because of them? Well, eBay attracts a whole lot of wannabes, who are certain they';ve invented a new hit novelty product that will turn a big profit with little or no materials cost-like the Pet Rock guy, who just took a trip to his backyard.
Some ideas, however, are better than others. And some are much, much worse. Like the guy who tried to sell a bag of Genuine Ghost Poop. Genuine, huh? Who knew that Styrofoam packing peanuts were really excrement from The Other Side? The starting bid was actually five dollars. Five dollars for every twelve packing peanuts from that box of fruitcake your granny sent you. Not a bad idea-If anyone was stupid enough to fall for it!
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