There are too many of you to thank who sent me this link - I've been getting notices for two days! I wanted to wait - but obviously there is a lot of interest....Will the shorts sell for more than the dress? Oh, and on a related note, Raymundo's Barbie is still available. If any of our readers wins these, please let us know!
Haha. I found this a couple of hours ago thanks to my, what seems to now be several, daily visits to Santino's blog. He thinks it's hilarious, and so do I. I don't know why, but in a strange way, I want them, lol.
Unbelievable. $51 and the reserve's not met? For a crusty, ugly pair of orange shorts? Come on now, Andrae. That'll more than pay for your next Red Lobster outing.
I laughed when I saw the shorts. We love the shorts! Hopefully he doesn't give a damn about the critics and is just selling them for the camp/collectable factor.
Check out his other items for sale. What's really tempting is having him record my voicemail message. I'm so tempted that I need to log off NOW before I do something really dumb and bid on it!
It's kinda sad, he's trying to profit off his 15 minutes of fame by selling creepy items. He should be designing a line instead.
And someone needs to warn him about committing mail fraud. Because you can't send clothing in Media Mail. His high reserve, and unreasonable shipping costs really put me off.
Yeah, It'd be great to have him say "Where the H*LL is my Laura?" on the answering machine...
*runs to see how much a machine message is going for*
I pondered the shorts for a few moments, becuase part of me thought it would be kitschy to have them...a bigger part of me thinks that that's weird...lol
Ha! I can't believe someone is selling Raymundo's barbie for $2,500. They must be craaazy.
I'd pay more than $50 for that phone message thingy.
FYI, Andrae's voicemail bidding is here. It's still at $50 and I'm still resisting the urge, but I'm weakening.
Instead of the "clothes off his back", he's selling the "clothes off his bum".
He has zero feedback, so maybe he doesn't realize that items with lower starting prices and no reserve tend to sell better in the end (no pun intended).
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