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Can't Buy Me Love
2008-07-01 - 11:49 a.m.
Heard about this on Leykis and just had to share:
A real estate agent in Florida wanted to try something different to find love. So, in an eBay ad, she listed her home for $340,000 - and added a $500,000 shipping charge for her companionship.
A few select quotes:
"I'm struggling...I don't want to lose my house and I want to find somebody," said Trabosh, who changed her name in the ad to Traboscia to keep people from finding her in the phone book. "So I came up with this dream plan because I've always dreamt about being a fairytale princess."
"I'm not selling myself. I'm selling love...to meet that true love," Trabosh says. "Of course, it's gonna take more chemistry and connection. It's not going to be instantaneous that I'm just going to be automatically for sale...it's a package deal for true love."
"I know I'm putting myself out there. I'm sincere. I believe in true love," she says. "I want to get married again."
This is how it looks to me:
- Fairytale princess = be a kept woman for a rich man
- "Gonna take more chemistry and connection" = "If you're rich, this may work out"
- "I believe in true love" = "If you're rich, this may work out"
- "I want to get married again" = "If you're rich, this may work out"
Somewhere, The Beatles are being laughed at.
From a joke mailer I get:
"Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton campaigned for the first time together in Unity, New Hampshire, today. Isn't that cute? Unity, New Hampshire. Their tour goes from Unity to Tolerate, Rhode Island; and Getting on My Nerves, Virginia; and then Crazy Makeup Sex, California." --Jimmy Kimmel
I can't come up with anything else today.
Be seeing you.
1 comments so far
Brin - 2008-07-02 04:58:36 -
Yeah, it's painfully obvious what she's up to; I wonder if she has any idea the world is on to her? Sigh.
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