You really can find just about anything on ebay: behold a copy of Fifty Shades of Grey that three “MILFy” women/friends are selling to the highest bidder.
Here’s the ad description in full:
Samantha, Allison and Sona together are selling this very used, thrice read copy of Fifty Shades of Grey. Passed from one friend to another, we each made our way through the tantalizing first installment in the Fifty Shades trilogy. The lucky winner will hold in their hands a deliciously used paperback copy of the best erotic novel since Lady Chatterly’s Lover. Hailing from Williamsburg Brooklyn we are 3 tragically hip mothers and best friends. We share everything from clothes to babysitting duties, so naturally we all had our way with this book. We each tremendously enjoyed reading this single copy of Fifty Shades of Grey. We want you, dear bidder, to enjoy this book as much as we did. This much loved copy of Fifty Shades of Grey will be shipped as is, or per request with a personal note and/or lipstick kisses to the highest bidder. And not to worry the entire set could be yours! The next two books will be up for auction once Sona is finished reading Fifty Shades Darker, and both Allison and Sona are handed down Samantha’s current copy of Fifty Shades Freed. We’re biting our lips waiting for the highest bidder!
Yup, as the not-too-subtle description above alludes to (“very used,” “deliciously used paperback,” “enjoy this book as much as we did,” etc…), it’s clear that you’ll be getting a copy of a book that’s…well, let’s just say you shouldn’t be surprised if the pages are a little sticky.
And how much would someone pay to lay their hands on a book that three MILFs have already laid their hands and other body parts on? With five days left in the bidding as of this writing, the current bid is $202.50.
$202.50?! So if you’re a chick, you buy something and masturbate to it, apparently you can re-sell that thing for ten times what you paid for it.
Damn, we’re in the wrong business! Anyone looking for a very used, slightly sticky copy of the Better Luck Tomorrow DVD? Hit us up. Oh, and if you’d like to bid on the aforementioned book, click here.
(via Happy Place)