I don't get it... snow white overalls

Discussion in 'Money & Investing' started by fairyquadmother, May 21, 2005.

  1. fairyquadmother

    fairyquadmother Registered Member

    Last edited: May 21, 2005

  2. wolvergambit

    wolvergambit Registered Member

    I don't get it either and how does it fit from 18 months to 8 years???

    Also she has them listed as NWOT and yet in her description she says when her daughter wore them, shoe got all kinds of compliments.

    So how can they be NWOT if they were worn?

    I think I'll list some of my old torn jeans with a picture of the Pope on them or something.
     
  3. doubles2004

    doubles2004 Registered Member

    Yea a big joke .If the winner pays more power to them though
     
  4. fairyquadmother

    fairyquadmother Registered Member

    She better hope that GP is the last bidder, or she's got a buttload of final value fees to pay.

    wolvergambit: If you read further down in the additions to the listing, she addresses how it's to make you laugh. I seriously did not get the "joke" for a while. I don't consider myself impaired when it comes to humor.
     
  5. wolvergambit

    wolvergambit Registered Member

    I reread it and figured out it was a joke.
    Pretty impressive, people willing to dish out $1000 for a joke!
     
  6. doubles2004

    doubles2004 Registered Member

    Yea .If they want to just give the money away hell give it to me :lol:
     
  7. wolvergambit

    wolvergambit Registered Member

    That's what makes me laugh.
    I have some real gold & diamond jewellry and expensive watches ( all brand new) that I can't get bids on and yet people will spend $1000 for a joke?

    I'm going to have to rethink my listings.
     
  8. Julie

    Julie Registered Member

    I had to read the whole thing all the way thru to figure out it was a joke too. But have any of you figured out if the winner gets anything else besides these awful overalls? If that is all the winner gets, for the price it's up to, then I need to re-think my angle on what I'm selling!
     
  9. helpisontheway

    helpisontheway Registered Member

    I have been following it alot... if you run a search on OOAK products rather then one of a kind... you'll see there is a HUGE following.

    It seems that many people are hitting a larger collector audience with the OOAK auctions. Rather then trying the traditional PICK ME kind of auctions...
     
  10. wolvergambit

    wolvergambit Registered Member

    What is an OOAK product? I have never heard of it?
     

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