Unintentionally Humorous Ebay Listings

SubComMarcos

Professional Relaxer
Just now I was browsing Old England estate pipes, a Sasieni sub brand, and came across this listing for "a true gem". This pipe "has been well maintained and cleaned thoroughly" and "has a classic pot body shape". Not only that, it also "carries the rich heritage of the family era". Maybe they mean the kind of secret family that has been chained up in a basement dungeon for their entire lives? I don't think it could have been any Sasieni family that ever saw sunlight or heard the sound of laughter.
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I'm pretty sure the stem still has bark on it, and there looks to be a wrap (electrical tape? human skin?) that is rotting off of the stummel. They sure don't make them like they used to in jolly old England.
 

Deckard

Well-known member
Just now I was browsing Old England estate pipes, a Sasieni sub brand, and came across this listing for "a true gem". This pipe "has been well maintained and cleaned thoroughly" and "has a classic pot body shape". Not only that, it also "carries the rich heritage of the family era". Maybe they mean the kind of secret family that has been chained up in a basement dungeon for their entire lives? I don't think it could have been any Sasieni family that ever saw sunlight or heard the sound of laughter.
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I'm pretty sure the stem still has bark on it, and there looks to be a wrap (electrical tape? human skin?) that is rotting off of the stummel. They sure don't make them like they used to in jolly old England.
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SwampWeed

Black Twist & Black Beer
Sales
Just now I was browsing Old England estate pipes, a Sasieni sub brand, and came across this listing for "a true gem". This pipe "has been well maintained and cleaned thoroughly" and "has a classic pot body shape". Not only that, it also "carries the rich heritage of the family era". Maybe they mean the kind of secret family that has been chained up in a basement dungeon for their entire lives? I don't think it could have been any Sasieni family that ever saw sunlight or heard the sound of laughter.
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I'm pretty sure the stem still has bark on it, and there looks to be a wrap (electrical tape? human skin?) that is rotting off of the stummel. They sure don't make them like they used to in jolly old England.
That hand whittled stem is the ultimate in codgerdom. I like it! Probably smells like bacon when you smoke it also!
 

Chico

Well-known member
Just now I was browsing Old England estate pipes, a Sasieni sub brand, and came across this listing for "a true gem". This pipe "has been well maintained and cleaned thoroughly" and "has a classic pot body shape". Not only that, it also "carries the rich heritage of the family era". Maybe they mean the kind of secret family that has been chained up in a basement dungeon for their entire lives? I don't think it could have been any Sasieni family that ever saw sunlight or heard the sound of laughter.
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I'm pretty sure the stem still has bark on it, and there looks to be a wrap (electrical tape? human skin?) that is rotting off of the stummel. They sure don't make them like they used to in jolly old England.
¡Qué asco! I think you won this thread. That thing really grosses me out. Looks like the foot of the Tollund bog man in the British Museum, with the big toe hollowed out for the bowl.

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I "watched" the auction and received a special offer of $10 off, with this creepy message from the seller:

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SubComMarcos

Professional Relaxer
¡Qué asco! I think you won this thread. That thing really grosses me out. Looks like the foot of the Tollund bog man in the British Museum, with the big toe hollowed out for the bowl.

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I "watched" the auction and received a special offer of $10 off, with this creepy message from the seller:

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As if it wasn't unsettling enough before the message. Yuck.
 

Spearheadbill

“so it goes…”
Just now I was browsing Old England estate pipes, a Sasieni sub brand, and came across this listing for "a true gem". This pipe "has been well maintained and cleaned thoroughly" and "has a classic pot body shape". Not only that, it also "carries the rich heritage of the family era". Maybe they mean the kind of secret family that has been chained up in a basement dungeon for their entire lives? I don't think it could have been any Sasieni family that ever saw sunlight or heard the sound of laughter.
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I'm pretty sure the stem still has bark on it, and there looks to be a wrap (electrical tape? human skin?) that is rotting off of the stummel. They sure don't make them like they used to in jolly old England.
Looks like what I imagine @jpberg lone pipe is.
 

WrightwoodJohn

Enjoys unsocial distancing
Patron
¡Qué asco! I think you won this thread. That thing really grosses me out. Looks like the foot of the Tollund bog man in the British Museum, with the big toe hollowed out for the bowl.

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I "watched" the auction and received a special offer of $10 off, with this creepy message from the seller:

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Total Stephen King pipe.
Buy it, "deary" !
 

Chicken Man

Keep It Simple
Patron
Just now I was browsing Old England estate pipes, a Sasieni sub brand, and came across this listing for "a true gem". This pipe "has been well maintained and cleaned thoroughly" and "has a classic pot body shape". Not only that, it also "carries the rich heritage of the family era". Maybe they mean the kind of secret family that has been chained up in a basement dungeon for their entire lives? I don't think it could have been any Sasieni family that ever saw sunlight or heard the sound of laughter.
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I'm pretty sure the stem still has bark on it, and there looks to be a wrap (electrical tape? human skin?) that is rotting off of the stummel. They sure don't make them like they used to in jolly old England.
You lads ever seen Rasputin's embalmed penis? Honestly though that pipe is kinda cool.
 
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