One of the most attractive elements of eBay is its free market, capitalistic foundation -- an item's worth is nearly always decided by the buyer, not the seller. But that doesn't stop some people from getting carried away and trying to trick the system by overcharging for junk, misleading potential buyers with hilariously fake ads or simply acting like jerks (We're looking at you, seller of "my kids' favorite toys"). Here are nine recent examples of people auctioning off absurd items on the one site that allows it. Vote for the most ridiculous!
9 Of The Most Ridiculous eBay Auctions (PICTURES)
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