WAKEFIELD, MA (PRWEB) January 25, 2006
Everyone knows that some people will buy and sell anything, and business partners Nick Puopolo and Sarah Hughes can prove it. Spurred on by their sense of fun the two started an eBay auctions spoofing web site http://www.wayoutauctions.com in late September 2005 and they’re already getting over a thousand visits a day.
Need a half eaten peanut butter cup; you’ll be competing with at least fourteen other bidders. Want an invisible friend; not only do you have to outbid the competition you’ll have to pay two dollars in shipping for him as well.
Puopolo and Hughes scour the items listed on eBay to bring readers the funniest and most outrageous examples of strange, weird, mummified and down right disgusting auctions that are freely listed on the best-know Internet auction site. The wayoutauctions.com web site is updated daily with fresh, fun and surprising new examples that prove that when it comes to auctions people will buy and sell anything.
And this is just the beginning for http://www.wayoutauctions.com -what started out as a fun hobby is fast becoming big business. Puopolo says, “The site now boasts over 15,000 links and plans are in the works for expanding the site to include contests and prizes too.”