eBay Gets Less Magical; Bans the Sale of Hexing, Conjuring, and Magic Potions

tumblr_ld1i0j4pEL1qb1aw7o1_500It looks like armchair alchemists are in need of a new marketplace to peddle that voodoo that they do. eBay’s 2012 Fall Seller Update has added a new block of forbidden objects to the famed Internet auction's no-no list:

“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;”

This magical grab bag of mysticism joined the list of eBay’s Prohibited and Restricted Items on August 30th of this year. The list already included item categories such as drugs, booze, firearms, and the “Adults Only category”. Thanks eBay, you sure know how to kill a party…

Okay, conjuring I understand. That’s just a trick to get around paying ridiculous UPS shipping costs. I saved a fortune of my last refrigerator by using second-day conjuring, but don’t take my my auctioned-off advice away! If it wasn’t for bargain priced Internet advice, I wouldn’t be where I am today: Writing for a blog named Growing Up Otaku- ohhh! Um… yeah. Good call eBay.

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