The thing is, putting them on eBay wouldn’t actually stop people winning the items, then putting them back up on eBay to sell on at a profit, would it?
Funnily enough, charity shops don’t have that same rising price dynamic that eBay does, meaning that they could have raised more money by selling them on eBay.
I just received an LED light chain that I ordered from eBay. Not only does it have the dodgiest plug adaptor I’ve ever seen, but it also came in a bag that said “Happy Divali” with a picture of Father Christmas.
In addition, the box seemed to have different instructions on the back for the 5 languages featured - the English ones were entirely irrelevant as they mentioned replacing a bulb in a product that isn’t user-replaceable.
Also, the English instructions were actually in Chinglish, with lots of OCR errors.
I shouldn’t always trust an eBay seller over reputable shops like Poundland, Poundworld, and my local hardware stores, for generic products.
i just saw a face powder described as making ur face have “the dewiness of a toddler’s skin”??????????
dewiness???????? was there really no other word to use in the Unnecessarily Uncomfortable Vocabulary List
Either it means it makes your face look like you’ve just been crying, or it makes you look like you’ve been out in the baby cage on a cold morning.
They had to add in a question mark by the looks of it…What a wonderful world
ITS REAL ITS REAL
Scottish independence: hilariously fucked.
I don’t think anyone has seriously considered Scottish Independence will actually happen. It would be bad for both Scotland and the remaining UK, although seeing the SNP flounder in an independent Scotland would be funny.