Blog: Another Ebay howler
Catherine Sleep | 18 November 2004
You make yourself a cheese toastie. You take a bite. You surmise that there is a very vague pattern on the toast that you might just, with a very sympathetic eye, be able to interpret as the Holy Mother.
You take a digital photo, you post it on Ebay. Gullible goons start bidding up to buy this lucky, blessèd toast. You make pots of money.
As I write this, bidding has reached US$18,750 with several days to go.
People, it’s a piece of mouldy toast!
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