Because eBay is run by a bunch of Muggles, the online auction giant has decided to ban the sale of magic potions, curses, spells, and anything else cool that might be worth buying. Fingers crossed cat jewelry is still a go (for my sister's sake).
Effective August 30, eBay's 2012 Fall Seller Update will prohibit users from selling the following:
"The following items are also being added to the prohibited items list: advice; spells; curses; hexing; conjuring; magic; prayers; blessing services; magic potions; healing sessions; work from home businesses & information; wholesale lists, and drop shop lists."
I'm sorry, but I thought wizards were pretty much the only ones left still using eBay. You lose the magic demographic and who are you left with? Exactly, one single loser looking for the Beanie Baby he needs to complete his collection. "Is that loser you, GW?" F*** no bro, I put my money in Precious Moments figurines.
Thanks to melony, Bryce and Amanda, who have thankfully already stocked up on Harry Potter wand replicas.
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