Originally Posted by Shiny
Nataku, a good revenge idea is to subscribe to some porn mailing list and use that teacher's school address. The principal or whatever would certainly notice THAT
Originally Posted by AndroFan
So I have a strategic question for you experienced Ebayers - Seeing that there are only 9 days left till Christmas and a 10 day listing would end the day after Christmas (a terrible, terrible idea), when is the best time to list items from here on out? Are people really realistically going to be spending superfluous money for themselves on clothes at any point between now and Christmas...and after getting the shell shock from that December bank statement in January, are they really likely to buy anything in January either? I guess, basically, is it a bad idea to list items auction style now...would it be better to hold them until like mid to late January to list?
It would be quite depressing to have the only Henry Poole I'll ever find go for $9.99 because I listed it at the wrong time and everyone is broke. lol.
I wish I could remember how I've done it in past years as I'm trying to figure out the same thing.
I've noticed that the past month, used stuff has been selling for less than usual and NWT stuff has been doing well, (with some exceptions like my $30 NWT solid blue RLPL pie
Christmas shoppers maybe? I hope people got lots of Christmas money this year to spend as I can't really afford to hold off a few weeks without listing stuff.
Originally Posted by Manofstyle85
Nice. I Would have scored 5 brioni sport coat today and 2 suit, only if I step in the store 15 minutes early. Yes, I saw them in that old lady (about 60 years old) cart. She decided to live a couple ravazzolo on the rack which I pick up with 3 brioni ties.
Awesome scores, Mainy
I headed out a bit today. Snagged a very recent 1/4 zip Dale of Norway sweater. Sz L. 3 recent Hugo Boss suits (nice, side vented, etc, but not worth photos) and this gorgeous pair of charcoal flannel striped odd trousers from Polo RL. Usually Polo RL isn't that impressive to me, but these stuck out from the crowd. Flat front. Made in Italy. Cool details like buttons for braces on the outside waistband, pocketwatch (?) pocket, button fly with concealed double button closure, cinch back and single rear pocket. Slimmer fit too. Size 38 - obviously the waist is a bit big on me but they aren't cut like MC Hammer pants. They feature a nice, slightly tapered cut.Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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