Ebay in here ONLY

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  1. Hee Hee!! :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
  2. love it :lol:
     
  3. Brilliant 8)
     
  4. While following the tips i left for Convoy i.e let kazaa search and download the porn so you dont have to, i thought i would have a look round ebay.

    I remembered a conversation id had about a fellow monkey selling all sorts of RMP related items on ebay and making a fcuking mint.
    So my first search criteria was 'Royal Military Police' - i was shocked by the amount of crap which was actually being bid upon i.e an RMP dress cap, an RMP holster, a stable belt, cufflinks. I then spotted something i thought to be mighty odd - a certificate.

    I opened up the description for the item, low and behold it was being sold by the seller in the discussion id had. http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2234887005&category=42383 - im worried that people will actually buy this item, worried only for their sanity 8O
     
  5. It's easy to get ripped off on eBay. QMan9193 was the highest bidder for a 'good looking wife'.
     
  6. You cant buy me on ebay. I might be cheap, but still. . . . . .
     
  7. Still looking for your fcuking hats MM?
     
  8. So original, ive noticed you never did reply to having me, a dyslexic, correcting your spelling :p
     
  9. That's the whole point of ebay, MM. To sell and buy stuff you couldn't find in the shops. I sold an old plastic Walther PPK carrying case that I found in an armoury in NI and got twenty quid for it ! Last week I purchased all 22 copies of my childhood comic 'Starlord' that ran from 1978. But I have won some right crap. I'm currently after a grandfather clock if anyone has one going spare.
     
  10. Fair point Gunny. but fake RMP certificates!!
     
  11. Soz, wasn't having a dig mate. Ebay is a bottomless money pit. Finding the right stuff to grab someone's attention and make a mint is a hard thing. This certifcate could make this bloke his fortune. How many RMP have done 100 collars since it's formation? 1000's?? And how many would like to have this certifcate hanging on their walls, or purchase it for their dad, grandad, uncle as a present? Example: 100 buyers at £2.50 each = 250 smackers, with a possible outlay of 50 quid (ink and paper). Like I said, money pit.
     
  12. hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 8)

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  13. 100 notes finders fee !!
     
  14. prob a bone question is this certificate fake as in a copy or as fake as in there aint a certificate for a 100 arrests?