Isn’t the internet great? Okay, that was a rhetorical question – because we know it is! Thanks to the internet, we can now buy anything we could possibly want with the click of a button. No more waiting in line to buy Christmas gifts, no more spending hours trying to find the perfect dress in a department store, and no more having to get dressed to go shopping. Yes, you really can buy a fresh new outfit while wearing your pajamas. Life is pretty darn great. However, companies such as eBay, Amazon, Craigslist and Facebook Marketplace aren’t just about buying new items to add to your inventory.
These websites also allow people to sell their own items. You could want to sell clothes you no longer need, electronics from the last decade that now look like space junk, or even the ring your ex gave you during your romantic trip to Paris. Yet, if you are going to start selling your pre-loved goods online, it’s important to ensure that you know just how to sell it – because when it comes to online selling, it really is about judging a book by its cover. If you take an epic photograph that shows us what the product has to offer, you will be more likely to receive an offer in return. Unfortunately for those people who want to sell mirrors, taking a photograph of a reflective surface without taking a selfie is pretty difficult. Fortunately for us, people trying to sell mirrors is the funniest thing ever…
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Being able to take a photograph of a mirror without being in the photograph yourself is pretty darn hard, and takes a real expert to do it properly. Unfortunately, this lady is just half of an expert. While she came up with the genius idea to set up her camera on a timer and place it on a chair so that she could be well out of the way before the flash went off, things got a little complicated when she forgot that she actually needed to move out of the way. Who knows, maybe it ended up working out to her benefit. There may have been a buyer on the market for her as well.