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Tuesday, October 12, 2004
I can't quite put my finger on what is the most disturbing thing about this article.
I'm referring to the part about the Ebay auction for Britney Spears' wedding underwear. It reads:
..."What Spears' camp does not appreciate is an eBay auction professing to offer "a bra and pair of boy shorts" from her "wedding night."...
In a description of the items on the eBay site, the seller, who claims to have worked the Spears nuptials last month, says the undergarments are "100 percent guaranteed" and, whew, "brand new."
Bidding, which began at $1.04 on Thursday, was up to $14,100 by Friday noon.
Now you decide which is worse:
1. That people are dumb enough to actually believe this is really Britney Spear's wedding-night underwear.
2. That THAT MANY people did believe *and* put up money for Britney Spear's supposed wedding-night underwear.
3. That some dumbass auctioning off a pair of $2 Wal-Mart panties almost made over $14,000.
Tough one, isn't it?