Someone bought a Winnie the Pooh Wall Calendar - for the year 2005. Maybe its the same dats as this year? or next?
Maybe it's a collector's item?
Or maybe they are scrapbookers who want the pictures?
Not as funny as my funniest.... a giant vibrator!!
I do have an interesting story about calender sales however. In 2009 I came across a 2009 Peter Rabbit Calender, and realised that it was out of stock on Amazon (it was June afterall).
I sold it for about $35 I think!! Just for a bleeding calender! It sold so quickly that I should probably have gone in higher, $100 or something. Collectors are mad mad people.
I had a day where I sold 3 rat traps and $200 worth of male enhancement pills. There's nothing saying the same guy bought both, but it struck me as a really funny combination. I also can't imagine which of my hubs they were reading that reminded them they needed enhancing.
by Charles James 6 years ago
I especially found the new numbers interesting -with the inclusion of 7,000 years into the future. Math is sexy.Article || ImageJames
by Tina 9 years ago
I think it would be neat to ass a calender to your hub if it applies. I have a hub about free dinners that are offered specific times each year. it would be better to organize it by day than by topic I think.
by sannyasinman 9 years ago
In the last four hours, my pageview stats have changed as follows:1 day : 256 to 248 to 241 to 159I have never before seen daily page views decrease thoughout the day.What is going on?
by Anish Patel 6 years ago
Why do some users use celebrity pictures as their profile picture?
by maheshpatwal 6 years ago
As per Mayan calender world will end in 2012 and as per it only 661 days are left. Do you really...think world will end in 2012?
by Druid Dude 7 years ago
People are once again awaiting doomsday. What do you believe about 12/21/12 and why?
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