Times are tough right now and holidays are right around the corner and so are lots of expenses. Every one of us is scratching our heads and trying to figure out ways to bring in some extra cash. You may need extra money to buy gifts or just to pay the rent.
They say revenge is a dish best served cold. Thankfully, these ten jilted lovers ignored that old adage, otherwise we wouldn't have such a fun, ridiculous and hot list. Love can make you do a lot of crazy things, but the loss of love put these folks over the edge, online, and in some case…on fire!
Apparently, the wife received a text message obviously not meant for her. She arrived home soon after to discover her husband in their bedroom with some incriminating black lacy drawers and a used condom under the pillow. (Ew...not a good place for that, dude.) Both the "tart's knickers," as she calls them, and the rubber wrapper were up for sale on eBay, but the company pulled the panties citing a rule about no used underwear sales. So this bitter lady made do with an equally humiliating pic and description!
An Australian man decided that he'd had enough of his life and he wanted to start over. So, it all had to go. And this being the digital age, he blogged about it and put everything on eBay. The bidding is over and all that's left are the goodbyes. Was it worth it?
We're not sure if Virginia Beach resident and bride-to-be Kelly Gray could find a final gal pal to complete the bridal party or she was just looking to make some extra cash, but she put a bridesmaid spot in her upcoming wedding on eBay, according to The New York Times. Usually, people inwardly grumble when asked to be part of the wedding, if you've been in enough, you know the all-too-familiar grumble. The money you'll be spending, the mandatory bachelorette-party attendance. Who would pay to partake? (Sorry, brides.) Weird, right?
The US had the Bobbitts, and now the UK has the Osborns. Ok, maybe a penectomy ranks higher on the "ouch" scale than attempting to sell one's wife, but how about when you list her as "my lying, cheating, adulterous whore of a wife of 26 years" on eBay? Yikes. Not hard to guess the back story on this one. I'd like to think all's well that ends well because Paul took down the post before the allotted auction time expired, thereby shattering the dreams of hundreds who had bid amounts of up to £750,000 for the mother of two.
Hoping to start anew after recently divorcing his wife of five years, a 44-year-old Perth, Australia resident will put his job, car, house and all belongings up for auction. The ultimate spring cleaner, Ian Usher, hopes to walk away with his passport, the clothes on his back, and, if all goes according to plan, an extra $500,000 in his wallet. "My tale is a bit of a sad one, but I am not trying to sell anyone a sob story," Usher told a local newspaper. So, a sob story might not be on the auction block, but everything else is -- even his group of friends. The eBay bidding starts June 22 and will last for a week.