Anyone ever thought about their own body parts, and how lucrative they are...for someone else!!!
I hear there is a big black market on body parts. I'd never pre-sell my parts, but I think everyone who can be, should be a donor.
Check out my hub... it explains that you can be paid as early as age 21 then use the money to invest in ur future...or just donate them to someone who hasn't the means to pay.
Do you want to pre-sell your body parts? It's ILLEGAL according to U.S. Laws.
I'd rather get rich selling other people's body parts - mine would run out too fast!
I don’t seem to be using my little toe on my left foot very much. I would entertain any reasonable offers…
I think it'd be dangerous, maybe someone would assassinate you and make it look like an accident so they can get your body parts haha.
But also, would people buy body parts not know when they would be available, unless they were sold to a hospital that had a big waiting list?
Well soon we'll have genetically engineered organs grown inside of pigs I think.
When I was in Vegas a few years back, a young lady offered to lease her parts to me by the hour
Can somebody get me the price list for the various part to see which body part is most lucrative to pre-sell? Hahaha! what a way to make cheap money. I hope the part will not be demanded by the buyer until I am ready to part with it?
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