Scarlett Johansson blew her nose on Jay Leno's Tonight show.
She's selling the tissue full of snot on EBay to raise funds for a charity that helps to feed the less fortunate.
Search for TISSUE-FROM-SCARLETT-JOHANSSON if you want to see the listing, which is up to over $2,000
(URL is mega long so I didn't post it)
Yes, it's certainly a way to get publicity. Even I'm writing about it!
Anyone else think this is really "OFF"?
Or am I just being an grumbly old fart?
P.S. If you're the high bidder, you won't even have to pay for postage.
LOL I have enough of my own currently. Anybody wants some? Free shipping!
Eric. I had hoped you were kidding, but here it is. All I can say is, if you buy it, it's your chance to go green.
http://cgi.ebay.com/OWN-TISSUE-FROM-SCA … dZViewItem
Someone please let me know when they're auctioning Pamela Anderson's bathwater.
@Misha - we didn't need to know that!
Bathwater might be a bit difficult, but if you do some bin diving you should be able to come up with maybe a cottonbud with earwax or something LOL
I went and read the comments on the Ebay sale.
The person replying has very high customer service skills in answering them so professionally.
(I loved the one asking if a DNA certificate would be provided. )
No Eric, I think you are just fine, people seem to get crazy sometimes...
From the EBay listing:
Q: Hi, I am what you may consider a celebrity tissue enthusiast. Can you please give me more info on the paper itself, before I bid? For instance: brand, color, how many ply, scented or non, did it originate from the studio or from Scarlett's purse. Thanks Mike Vancouver Canada Dec-19-08
A: Hello. The tissue is Kleenex brand facial tissue, 2 ply. It is tissue that originated from the Tonight Show with Jay Leno studio from a plain Kleenex rectangular box that is kept behind Jay's desk on stage. Hope that helps, tissue enthusiast.
Wonder if the person who wrote that question was Shadesbreath?
so totally vile: What - as my dear, now dead grandmother used to say - is the world coming to? (I know we have to move with times but this would really finish her if........so to speak) I cannot believe that a) this fiflthy unhygienic object is for sale and b) that someone - who wants to get an accurate history of said filthy object;plus know its' provenance - wants to buy it!......hurl hurl
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