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November 27, 2012


Man Uses Scantily Clad Daughter to Sell 1977 Datsun on eBay

(Thanks to jon harris)


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They grow up so fast, and should be exploited.

Crush the car.

Jail the Dad.

Better scantily clad daughter than idiot bastard son.

You call that scantily clad?
I've seen worse dressed women at the Nutcracker Ballet

Scantily? No. Skankily? Maybe.

I'd say she's been around the block a couple of times. Maybe even in the car.

Another entry for Jeff Foxworthy's page-a-day calendar.

Not only does she have scribbling on her arms (that looks like the kind of thing "friends" do with a Sharpie to "friends" who are passed-out drunk), she has shrapnel in her face. Nice.

The photo they used at AdWeek is definitely the most flattering. The rest of them at eBay, errr... not so much.

Not only is she not worth a second look, I'd retract my first look as well! That "art" on her arms screams "future meth addict", if she's not already there.

"Girls and dogs attract people's attention," he says.

That's one way to put it, but I think the bloglits have it closer to the facts.

My SECOND reaction was to realize there was a car there.

I remember in the spring of 2002 I saw a Datsun in traffic. Actually what I noticed first about that particular car was the Mondale-Ferraro sticker. In 2002.

Every 20-something young lady I know now seems like the flying nun

Buyer now suing, as he understood the girl was included with the car. As the ad seems to imply.

I don't know what everyone is complaining about, the bottom picture (pun intended) actually shows one of the daughter's strong points:

Having worked her way up from beer cans, styrofoam 6-pack coolers, and moderate-sized puppies, she can now crush a 1/3rd-scale Datsun 280Z with her knees.

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