This is alarming: Man starts selling dirty underwear on Ebay as car security system
Attention car thieves: don’t forget to bring gloves.
And a nose plug.
A British author has stumbled onto a new business venture after selling a pair of soiled underwear on Ebay as a car security system for $
The ad shows a dirty pair of red briefs wrapped around a steering wheel and pitches it as “THE BEST STEERING LOCK EVER - GUARANTEED TO PUT ANY CAR THIEF OFF NICKING YOUR CAR!”
Seller Nick Fisher told SWNS that he made the listing as a prank to promote his latest work, “The Best Husband and Wife Joke Book,” which is full of goofball humor, and was shocked to make an actual sale.
“But as they say, ‘The customer is always right.’ I’ll still send them out. Why disappoint the customer, even if they are a bit warped?”
Fisher said that he got the idea when he came home from the gym one day and saw a pile of dirty underwear in the laundry. So he spread some Marmite onto a pair for effect and wrapped them around the wheel of his BMW.
"I have several pairs available, and in various colors, though all of them are shaded the same in the middle-brown,” Fisher said.
It’s not the most surprising sale he’s made recently, however.
Fisher told the Stockport Express that he received an order for a copy of his book from someone named Anthony “Blues and Royals” Henderson to be sent to HRH Prince Harry, Kensington Palace, London prior to Harry’s wedding to Meghan Markle.
Although he never confirmed it, he presumed that it was a gag gift sent by one of Harry’s old army pals.
“I’m sure he will have heard similar jokes in the army so hopefully he will have a broad sense of humor and like it,” Fisher told the newspaper.
Gary Gastelu is FoxNews.com's Automotive Editor covering the car industry and racing. Follow @foxnewsautos
A-Rod’s Game Used Underwear Up for Sale on EBay
(Zell's Pinstripe Blog)
John Shabe / NJ.com Yankees reported yesterday that A-Rod’s game used spandex were up for sale on eBay. Phil Castinetti put them up for sale this past Wednesday. The game used spandex was worn by A-Rod during the season. It has Alex’s No on it, and it was reportedly retrieved from the Red Sox visitors clubhouse. It comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Sportsworld of Saugus, MA and are guaranteed to be percent authentic. Nobody knows exactly how he got them, but the idea is that the Sox clean out all the lockers at the end of the year, and throw out all of the abandoned stuff. So..did he go through a garbage to obtain them? haha. If you were wondering..he wears an XL. It is the perfect holiday gift. If your interested in bidding on it, then click the link below:
eBay Auction: Alex Rodriguez Game Worn Spandex
The price is currently at $, but with all of this news coverage I expect it to go for a lot more.
Revealed: The struggling mums making hundreds selling dirty knickers on eBay
Pervy eBay shoppers are forking out hundreds of pounds on dirty knickers worn by stay-at-home mums and women looking for extra cash.
The online auction site has become awash with listings of 'little lace pre-owned panties' and 'unlaundered stained undies', selling for as little as £5.
A sweaty thong that had been worn for two days - including at the gym - saw bids of thousands of pounds before it was removed by eBay chiefs.
Many of the listings show the sellers wearing the underwear in pornographic poses - while others just include snaps of the knickers.
One teenager admitted she only began her naughty selling foray this week to boost her salary working in childcare.
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The year-old listed a size 12 pair of white and turquoise knickers that had been 'worn for 48 hours and played in multiple times' with a starting price of £
"I started doing it mainly just for the money as at the moment I earn less than £5 an hour," she told Mirror Online.
"So I thought it would be easy, especially as you can buy a pack of underwear for like £2. I am quite excited to see the potential of what I can earn by doing this.
"I feel like if I don't really think about who could be buying it it's kind of okay."
The teen admits she is terrified of her employees finding out but takes steps to avoid the knickers being linked to her.
She added: "I work with children that are quite young and I was quite nervous because you never know who could potentially see it. I try to get rid of backgrounds that could be traced back to me."
eBay has banned the sale of used underwear and its team 'works quickly' to remove items that breach rules.
But Mirror Online has discovered women are still able to thwart regulations and list their 'pre-owned panties'.
One post that was flagged by Mirror Online was removed within minutes.
A woman from Manchester put her size 8 red lacy thong up for sale with a whopping starting price of £
She was also charging £ for them to be sent via Royal Mail in a 'large letter'.
In the crude description she writes: "I am a young lady. Was on during intercourse and never taken off. Will wear until bought."
Another woman from Edinburgh also encouraged only 'serious buyers' to bid on her pink and black pants.
She also put a starting bid of £, plus £ postage, and boasted in the description of being suitable for 'high class customers'.
The listing added: "The scent of a woman is nothing but sensual and arousing."
Another read: "Pre-loved, condition is used (60 hours unwashed), some staining."
And a third said: "Three days wear, condition is used. Any special requirements please send a message and I will see what I can do."
An eBay spokesperson said they do not allow the sale of used underwear for health and hygiene reasons.
They added: "Any listings that are inappropriate or do not comply with our rules will be removed.”
But many other women are also using specialist websites to sell their knickers. The Panty Trust charges a one-off fee of £40 for members to join.
On average, knickers can sell for £20 to £30 a pair, depending on the length of time worn. Some women can earn around £ a month on top of their normal salary.
Mum-of-four Gia Morgan, 31, from Virginia in the US, started selling her underwear on the site in November after reading an article online.
She said: "I’m a stay at home mom and thought this would be a easy way to earn some extra money for the holidays.
"I usually have two customers a month with an average total sale of $25 each. So I’m definitely not rolling in the dough.
"I personally haven’t seen many women of color on the site so I’d hope that I was tapping into a market with great potential but it hasn’t quite played out that way."
So far, Gia has earned $ [£] this year.
She added: "I wouldn’t say you could make a living off of selling underwear but it’s definitely good for some extra cash.
"My customers and their requests have been pretty normal. They typically ask for a pair to be worn for 48 hours and then sent out to them. Sometimes they’ll add on extras but nothing too out of the ordinary.
"It’s an easy way to make money and I just really like the idea that someone is out there sniffing my panties."
Plus size dancer Abbey Shift, 39, from London started selling her underwear six years ago as she needed the money to support herself and child.
She also sells videos, pictures, tights, socks and shoes but admits "it's bloody hard work".
She said: "I know there are a lot of men who like plus size girls, but far to often are afraid to admit this is what they like. So I knew there was a market for me to slip into.
"The most I have made in a week is £ But that's not exclusively on pantie sales.
"This week so far I have only earned £30, which for the amount of work I put in is a ridiculous amount to earn."
She continued: "Doing this is not easy, you cant sell a pair of knickers for £50 and that's it.
"It's bloody hard work, and often draining and leaves you questioning why you are doing this. But then you have a really good week and you are like this is why, this is why I am putting myself through this."
Another woman, who does not want to be named, started selling her knickers after becoming fed-up of relying on her husband's wages all the time.
She admits he knows about it and doesn't mind as such but does "think it's weird".
She said: "I have been a stay at home mum for the past nine years and wanted some pocket money instead of relying on my husband all the time.
"I haven't been able to get back in the job market that would allow me to still be home for the kids while they are young and I read about panty selling.
"It's early days yet but I'm hoping it will pick up. I also like the idea of it, it appeals to me."
The Problems With Selling Used & Worn Items on Etsy/eBay
The Changing World, and Where Sex Work Fits Into It All…
I found myself on All Things Worn after being unceremoniously permanently banned from Etsy, where I ran a little shop selling mostly used socks for about 5 months. I had reviewed all their policies, rules, and regulations, consulted with other current Etsy sellers, and did some additional research in regards to Sex Worker seller experience on Etsy by looking at posts from sites like Reddit and Facebook. Everything I did reflected that I should have the green light to operate my shop, and I found myself shocked when I woke up one morning to find that shop had been closed and I was permanently banned from ever selling on Etsy again, regardless of content. Yikes! In this blog, I hope to share a little about my experience with that, and some of the takeaways I got from it.
Outside of ATW
It’s no secret that while ATW is a great place to sell and buy worn goodies and other experiences, it's also apparent that there are plenty of other places where such transactions occur. I’ve already mentioned Etsy, but other places like eBay, Craigslist, Reddit, Facebook, and any other social media sites all come to mind. Aside from where one may find the opportunity for such transactions, there is also the issue of the exchange of money for the goodies or services. ATW already did a great job in Introducing KinkCoins, highlighting some of the common issues that sellers may face using some of the big-name payment methods, such as PayPal, CashApp, Amazon, or Venmo. Each of these platforms have their own rules and policies, and it is always up to the user to make themselves familiar with them and ensure that they are followed.
Their Platform, Their Rules
This is not an effort from me to bash Etsy or any other platform that sex workers may find themselves on. Ultimately, it comes down to following the rules of the platform that you’re using, whether that’s for sex work or anything else. I see many people around me in my life believing that they are entitled to some kind of special treatment or exemption from the rules for various reasons: “I’ve been a loyal customer/consumer” or “Someone else is doing it, why can’t I?”
When I got banned from Etsy, I made an appeal; when that was denied, I apologized for my actions having caused them trouble, and moved on. Sure, it sucked, but in the end, I was using a service that Etsy provided, making me subject to their rules. With that being said, one thing I did learn is when in doubt, reach out! I wish I would have reached out to Etsy directly to ask if my shop’s content was OK or not. It would’ve saved me and Etsy a lot of trouble!
So, you’ve read all the rules and regulations, and you’re moving forward with using the platform even if your purposes may not totally follow all said rules, now what? My biggest thing is to be aware of not only short term consequences but also long term ones, for not only yourself but others as well. Back to my Etsy example, while I am unclear on the exact method Etsy will ensure that I no longer sell on their site, I have seen people mention that common technologies used to prevent fraud, bots, and rulebreakers from re-utilizing online marketplaces following a ban include associating them with their IP address, tax ID, social security number (for U.S. users), and bank information so if they try to open another account, they’re automatically flagged.
Basically, stuff you can’t change. It seems like you’d just be able pop open a new email address and start over, but some platforms take it a step further and will ensure that you would pretty much need a new identity before being able to try again. The most prominent thing for me out of the above list is the IP address. If anybody else in your household uses the platform you got banned from, they can be affected too. The best case scenario is they go through a lengthy appeal and explanation process, worse case scenario they are also banned! So, please be careful and think things through!
Even if you follow all the rules, be aware that some future opportunities may not present themselves once you engage in sex work. A childhood friend of mine just got rejected from a dream job because they conducted a background check and found she filed taxes with OnlyFans in recent years. She used an alias and had separate work contacts, which I always advocate for to keep yourself safe “in the field.” But, in her case, she could not use an alias when filing taxes, so it led to her future employer finding out.
That is not to say that sex work itself cannot present yourself with great opportunities, it’s important to be aware of what it may affect as well, both personally and professionally. The harsh truth is that as of right now, sex work is still frowned upon and seen as not real work by many people, institutions, and entities. Being aware of that can help you make an informed decision about how to go about sex work and whether or not it’s right for you.
Change is Never Easy
Rules, rules, rules! Stigma, stigma, stigma! Well, when’s it our turn? When will the rules change in our favor? ATW fosters a community of adults over 18 engaging in legal and consensual sex work. We, and many other sex workers outside of the ATW community, are not out here breaking the law or forcing anybody into anything they are not comfortable and happy with, so why does it seem like the “big wigs” are still against us?
I have experienced such a double-edged sword with sex and sex appeal. On one hand, sex sells, baby! So many ads utilize sexual imagery to grab and keep attention; anywhere from cars to french fries! But, on the other hand, sex is taboo, too. Show a little, but show too much and it’s immoral and possibly even illegal!
Change is coming, slow as it is. It sounds cliche, but be the change you want to see! If you’re able, getting involved on personal, community, and even state or national levels can help us inch along and see the day where sex work is normalized and legalized. It can be something as quick as having a conversation with a friend and sharing opinions, or something more complex like getting involved with your legislature and advocating for laws that can benefit sex workers. Like the heading says, change is never easy. Even positive change will take time and effort, and challenge you to develop the ability to be flexible!
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5 Weird Things I Learned Selling My Used Panties on Reddit
Nestled in a cozy grey area between "pornography" and "prostitution" is one of the Internet's strangest cottage industries: selling dirty underpants online. It's the new media answer to a fetish that's existed since the invention of panties -- some men enjoy sniffing spoiled thongs, and the Internet has given them a way to indulge their fetish without stealing any hampers.
It's also given a small, creative, and very open-minded cadre of women an opportunity to make a decent living while significantly reducing their laundry bill. This raised many, many questions in our minds, so Cracked sat down with one of these women and asked her to walk us through the business of selling one's underwear online.
There is an eBay for Dirty Panties
I first decided to start selling when my heating bill shot up an extra bucks over the winter. I'm good with budgeting, but even split with two other roommates, I knew that extra expense every month was going to start cutting into my groceries. I work a minimum wage job with as many hours as I can get, but you can't squeeze blood from a stone. You can, apparently, squeeze money out of your dirty underpants.
Like most stories involving the exchange of used undergarments for cash, it started on the Internet. I was browsing Reddit one day and came across a subreddit called "/r/pantyselling." I figured that as long as I could do it anonymously, what would it hurt to try? I took two or three photos and made a $75 sale in one hour. That's more money than I'd make working an entire shift at my day job. I suddenly found myself at a crossroads, where my options were "eliminate what little remains of my free time and double the stress in my life" or "mail my panties to strangers on the Internet when I was done wearing them."
It was not a difficult decision.
I found the whole process to be surprisingly straightforward -- I get paid upfront by an interested party, usually via a Visa/Amazon gift card, and once I receive the payment and the customer's address, I drop my vacuum-packed underthings in the mail and send the buyer a tracking number. After they receive their purchase, they can post onto the forum with a review of my dirty laundry, and I can review the buyer. The whole system is so smooth that it's easy to forget this trade revolves entirely around people paying top dollar for crotch stains.
Now, selling your dirty underwear to random people on the Internet does have its risks (it's kinda-sorta sex work, if you're flexible with the definition). There's always the chance of running into creepy clients who get obsessed with you and try to take things a step too far. I take as many precautions as I can -- I have specific Reddit and PayPal accounts that I only use for selling panties, and I never put a return address on the packages I send out. If I used Craigslist and met my clients in person, who knows, maybe I'd be hidden inside several old freezers by now.
Luckily, none of the buyers I've sold to have ever set off any "terrifying stalker" alarms in my head. For most of these guys, the anonymity is a big part of what's exciting. They want to get off on random women's underwear, not get our phone numbers and friend us on Facebook.
It's an International, Underground Industry
Hawking your dirty booty-slings isn't limited to obscure corners of Reddit. You've probably heard that Japan used to have vending machines that sold pre-worn panties. Nowadays, the Japanese government makes commercials to discourage that trade. Not because it's creepy, mind you, but because a man might've worn those panties.
But an aspiring panty vendor can find unnervingly exhaustive guides online at the aptly-named "sellpantiesformoney.com":
Additionally, you can hop on websites like "pantydeal.com" or "myusedpantystore.com":
So, yeah, it's kind of a used panty gold rush. I'm a student and work a regular job in the summer, and I work as much as I can during the school year, but nothing compares to the money I've made auctioning off my laundry pile. I can make between bucks a pair, and I don't even have to leave my apartment.
I'm not a Victoria's Secret model, either -- human sexuality is a galaxy of different fetishes, and there's no age or body type that doesn't have a thriving Internet community dedicated to worshiping it. There's even a demand from women for dirty men's underpants, and you'd be surprised how many fetishes there are within the underwear-selling market. Whether your erotic poison is a pregnant woman's bloomers or the tattered old high school boxer shorts of some musclebound Danish dude, you can find it somewhere on the Internet.
But here's where things start to get kind of gross
You Do More Than Just Wear Them
The selling process works in a couple of different ways. When I first started, I posted a few pictures of a certain pair of panties onto the forum, and then got an influx of private messages from interested buyers. While I sold that pair specifically as is, I started to develop ongoing buyers who would make requests such as length of time worn, activities done in them (going to the gym, having sex, peeing or leaving skid marks, etc.), and the type and color of underwear. A few even buy in bulk, because sometimes you need to treat your masturbation supply shopping like a trip to Costco.
Notice how polite and, dare I say, professional that whole exchange was? Selling muddy underpants is an honest business. Neither of us was in a position to offer any judgment on the other, and I'm competing in a service industry here. Friendliness pays.
I'm sure that there are a few ways a seller could cheat when putting an order together (like spitting in your underwear to make them extra, uh, crusty), but it isn't worth the risk of getting a bad review. If word gets out on Reddit that your product is anything less than genuine, you could get banned. If someone wants me to pay me to wear panties for 48 hours straight, I wear those sons of bitches for 48 hours straight.
So who in the hell is buying this stuff? Well
The Customers Are Surprisingly Not-Creepy
It turned out that most of the guys out there buying used underpants are quite sweet, and seem relatively normal (with the obvious quirk of loving the smell of musty crotch). The messages I get are generally short and professional.
Sure, there is the occasional guy who just wants to talk dirty to me and doesn't really want to buy anything, but I do most of my business on Reddit, so if a guy isn't following the rules or gains a bad reputation with the sellers, we can talk to the moderators and have that person banned for being scummy. I've only ever turned down two requests: one guy asked to see my full face, which for the sake of privacy I will not do, and another guy wanted a pair of panties that a man had ejaculated in "at least ten times," with a picture documenting each, um, round. My boyfriend doesn't mind my side business, but he had absolutely no interest in helping me fill that order.
There's a certain amount of trust that goes into a transaction like this. I usually take payment in the form of Visa/Amazon gift cards, so my end is fairly safe, but I have the addresses of guys with undie fetishes from here to Greece, and the men want to stay as anonymous as I do. Just like the buyers, a seller has to be verified by the moderators, and can be banned for misusing that information. But there's still an enormous amount of good faith involved in giving a strange woman your home address and the electronic equivalent of cash in exchange for a used pair of her underwear. If you can't trust the girl charging you $45 for a pair of striped pink panties she ran six miles in, who can you trust?
Yes, I'm basically letting anonymous fetishists pay my student loans. I'm not exactly proud of it, but I'm certainly not ashamed. The way I see it, it isn't any more exploitative than having to work at Taco Bell until 4 a.m. every night to put myself through college. But being part of this big market of panty-slingers means you've got to work extra hard to find the customers who want to buy your particular "brand" of dirty underwear. And that means
You Have to Market Your Junk
It feels weird knowing that people want to own your panties, and want the pictures to prove that they are yours, specifically, but that's the thing -- you have to know what unique quality you possess that's going to trigger someone's fetish, and then advertise the shit out of that. Even if it involves literal shit.
You really do have to get good at knowing your own body, and what types of lighting and angles are the most flattering. Many times, to make a sale, I also have to include pictures that I didn't post to Reddit. I keep my face out of the shot, of course, but it's still not easy having to make amateur porn for strangers that they may or may not keep forever on their computers as the necessary precursor to getting my paycheck. But again, it's still better than Taco Bell.
The nice thing about this, uh, business is that you build up a stable of dedicated clients rather quickly. I've only actually posted nine or ten pairs online -- the majority of my buyers now are people I've dealt with before who message me privately when they want to place a new order. It's weird to have that kind of "relationship," where you maintain regular contact with a person just because they like to masturbate with your used underwear, but in a way, it's less personal than porn acting. Your face and name aren't necessary. Only your sweat and other unmentionable personal stains matter.
After a while, you start to notice bizarre trends (beyond the obvious "people will pay money for a pair of used panties"). For example, there's a lucrative market for the middle-and-high-school underwear of adult women. My first thong, which I bought in the 7th grade, went for $ There are a lot of terrifying implications in play here, not the least of which is the fact that me selling my old middle school underpants might have prevented a crime.
By far, the most sales I've made have been to guys in Boston. I'm not sure if that's merely a coincidence of my own experience or if there is a panty fetish epidemic on the East Coast, but I probably get four or five requests a week from eager Bostonians looking to score some female understains.
Christmas-themed underwear with little bells on them sold pretty well for me this past year. They were a little embarrassing to wear, though -- I would jingle with every step I took, like Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins. Fulfilling that sort of request feels weird at first, and then one day someone asks, "Do you do pairs with skid marks?" and you find yourself saying "Sure do :)" without feeling even a little bit weird. "Heavy skid marks?" Of course, I'm a goddamn professional here. I get a lot of requests for period and skid mark panties (I guess some men really enjoy the idea of a girl with the personal hygiene of a shop towel):
Boom. I just made a week's worth of groceries by wearing underwear for two days and being a little slapdash with showers and wiping. A lot of people do that for free.
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