Cheesy Zippo Lighter from the Septic PX

Discussion in 'Christmas Auctions' started by Grownup_Rafbrat, Nov 27, 2012.

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  1. Grownup_Rafbrat

    Grownup_Rafbrat LE Good Egg (charities)

    Donated by PrinceAlbery, in this auction you may bid for a Cheesy Zippo Lighter he will acquire from the American PX at the place he is serving right now.

    The lot includes postage to UK or BFPO address but please note that he may not be able to post it until January.
    PrinceAlbert would you post a picture if/when you have a moment? Bidders bear in mind that this may take a while, thank you.

    The auction will run until
    Friday, 7th December at 1800 hours (UK Time)

    All proceeds to Holidays4Heroes.
    By bidding or taking part in the auctions in any way, you agree to abide by the Auction Rules.​
  2. £7.50

    BTW when did PA change his name ^_~

    and a piccy
  3. Grownup_Rafbrat

    Grownup_Rafbrat LE Good Egg (charities)

    Thank you RA 34. It's always better to have a piccy!
  4. It cost me $35 to buy it, so I'll bid £20 just to keep hold of it :)
  5. £22.50 then
  6. I'll stick a pony on it.

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  7. Grownup_Rafbrat

    Grownup_Rafbrat LE Good Egg (charities)

    Won't that singe his tail? :)
  8. Maybe, but I'll sell him to TID as a "....rare Arabian thoroughbred, what's fell off the back of a horsebox, so no paperwork, Guv. How much? To you Guv, special deal, today only, just the price of an overly sentimental Zippo lighter, only £25! Luvverly jubbly!"

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  9. I'll happily pay £50 if you can get one that says "Operation Enduring Erection" instead
  10. The PX didn't have the on that is in the photo, so I got this one instead....which I quite like:

  11. Nah, that makes me look too walty...ok, the other would have, but it did seem too up itself to not be ironic, so I'm withdrawing my interest in the auction, but if £25 is the top bid, I'll pay it, and give the next bidder a second chance

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  12. Fair enough, I'll go £30 to take the responsibilty out of your hands
  13. I'm sure we can do better than £30 gents