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Ebay / Farcebook markets


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2 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

I've seen on the precious metals thread how many people are asking, and getting, far more for sovereigns than you can buy them from a proper trader.

I think people are becoming mentally lazy as well as physically.

"There it is <click> bought." 

I buy up insulation on the cheap in my quest to get our house as near to passivehaus start as possible. It used to be - have a few bales left over so knock em out on Ebay for a fiver. Not now - peoples starting price is not far off what I could get the same bale for in B&Q:/

Just now, Kurt Barlow said:

I buy up insulation on the cheap in my quest to get our house as near to passivehaus standard as possible. It used to be - have a few bales left over so knock em out on Ebay for a fiver. Not now - peoples starting price is not far off what I could get the same bale for in B&Q:/

 

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4 minutes ago, spunko said:

You're probably funding crime by buying shit off eBay or Facebook.

Or Amazon for that matter given the state of the gimmegranti delivery drivers....

 

I don't think that my sole Ebay purchase of a £4 watchstrap has funded much crime.  Maybe a shoplifting in a sweet shop.

I haven't gone near Amazon because I read on here that they keep trying to sign you up to paying for Amazon Prime by duplicitous methods; I don't deal with people who are tryng to rip me off.

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16 minutes ago, spunko said:

You're probably funding crime by buying shit off eBay or Facebook.

Or Amazon for that matter given the state of the gimmegranti delivery drivers....

Quite.

Somebody got caught stealing handmade leather handbags in town. Turns out they then sold them on e-bay. People would come into the shop and quote the price of the ebay stolen goods and accuse the retailer / manufacturer of ripping them off!

WTF! xD

 

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On 09/10/2020 at 20:38, Bedrag Justesen said:

Prostitution.

Especially female clothing, make-up, jewellery.

I've only just started browsing facebook marketplace (on my sisters account!) and I noticed numerous ads supposedly selling women's clothes but they all featured pics of typical orange faced troutpouted slappers in skimpy outfits (even though I was searching for electric bikes!)

I did wonder if they were actually prossies offering their services, so you're saying they are?:ph34r:

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3 hours ago, Royston said:

I've only just started browsing facebook marketplace (on my sisters account!) and I noticed numerous ads supposedly selling women's clothes but they all featured pics of typical orange faced troutpouted slappers in skimpy outfits (even though I was searching for electric bikes!)

I did wonder if they were actually prossies offering their services, so you're saying they are?:ph34r:

Yeah, 100% they are prossies. 

What you should is pick one you fancy and arrange to go and meet her. When you're in their house just pull your cock out and they'll give you a good service. 

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Sounds like someone who pays £200 for a “bikini” and then turns up and gets..     a bikini,   is going to be a bit miffed O.oxD

Edit to add:  surely though it’s not true..  there’s plenty of escort sites they could advertise on if they wanted to do that sort of thing.

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Well I've been busy on Facebook all day as a result of this thread.

I am now the owner of overpriced secondhand dog clippers, lampshades, a side table, and a broken fridge, all sold by pouting bimbos.

All of which I collected 'in person'.

None of the items I wanted or need, and I didn't get to get my todger out once. >:(

 

 

 

 

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10 minutes ago, Happy Renting said:

Well I've been busy on Facebook all day as a result of this thread.

I am now the owner of overpriced secondhand dog clippers, lampshades, a side table, and a broken fridge, all sold by pouting bimbos.

All of which I collected 'in person'.

None of the items I wanted or need, and I didn't get to get my todger out once. >:(

 

 

 

 

You do realise they also have the perfect get out if you're an ugly cunt and will just sell you the overpriced tat.

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