I once tried to sell my soul on Ebay; didn’t get squat for it*, turns out selling your virginity online is a much better market.
From Mainichi Daily News
Schoolgirls selling virtual virginity to scumbag suckers in cyberspace
By Ryann Connell
June 3, 2002
I got 350,000 yen for my virginity once. The guy was some sicko of about 40 who said he ran his own company. I’ve sold my virginity three times so far.”
That is one smart cookie!
BBC News World Editon
Peruvian virgin turns down $1.5m
By Hannah Hennessy
BBC News, Lima
Inside a tiny breeze block house, beneath the dusty hills on the desert outskirts of Lima, religious paintings like the Virgin and Child and the Sacred Heart share wall space with photographs of a beguiling young woman posing as a model.
And it just goes on from there. Pffft! She turned it down!
I feel the peer pressure bubbling up inside of me: I wanna play! What’s the going price for unblemished 28 yr old poontang? Course I’ll probably have to lose more weight to get a good deal. At this point I resemble a used car, however I am totally untouched.
I AM the unicorn!
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Note: Here is what Ebay had to say about my soul selling:
The item you have listed does not appear to be consistent with eBay guidelines.
eBay does not allow the auctioning of human souls for the following reasons:
If the soul does not exist, eBay could not allow the auctioning of the soul because there would be nothing to sell. However if the soul does exist, then in accordance with eBay’s policy on human parts and remains we would not allow the auctioning of human souls. Therefore, we have ended this auction and all fees have been credited to your account.