So far, the highest bid she's had is for £850,000.
Q) Do you think it is okay for her to sell her virginity?
Q) Would you sell your virginity, given the opportunity?
We always hear about the great gifts that people get, but we never hear about the bad ones. It's because of this that we never know what NOT to get, when shopping for gifts.
So to help everyone out, and to have a bit of a laugh, I've found some of the weirdest Christmas gift from the past few years:
- Metal detector sandals, which help you find metal objects on the beach, as you walk across the sand.
- Toilet paper with mathematical puzzles printed on it.
- A wind-up toy of a granny walking with her Zimmer frame.
- A pack of Top Trumps, with the theme of different poops. Each card has a rating of frequency, hardness, length, width, smelliness and yuck factor.
- A motorized rolling pin.
Q) What's the worst or weirdest gift you've ever been given?
Q) What's the best gift you've ever been given?
Imagine a world where you go into a store, pick up what you wanted and then walk out, without having to queue or go to a till to pay.
Well, this is now becoming a reality. Amazon has announced that they'll be setting up a food store in Seattle, Washington early next year.
When you enter the store, you scan a bar code on your phone and then, as you move in the store and pick up products, your phone will know what you've picked up because it connects to the product's packaging, and then you're charged for those products through your Amazon account once you leave.
Q) What do you think of this idea?
Q) Would prefer this type of store, or type we have now?