It used to be that you could buy a good magic spell on eBay. A hex, a curse, a love potion. Not anymore. Anyone looking to buy magical curses to place on their enemies will have to go somewhere other than eBay. eBay will officially ban “intangible” items starting on August 30th, including “spells, curses, hexing, conjuring, magic, prayers, blessing services, magic potions, healing sessions” and more.
They just don’t want people getting ripped off. However there is a catch. The people who buy these things are very happy with the enchanted items they buy. According to Wired one user who routinely auctions off intangible items such as a “Vampire Mistress Sex Spirit” and a “Haunted Succubus Nymph Wife Girlfriend” has generated a lot of positive feedback, including one user who said that the vampire mistress spirit he purchased was “palpable” and had “incredible energy output.”
Well, I guess there is always craigslist if you need a good spell. After 17 years of use eBay has launched a new eBay Logo.
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