Best Black Friday Trade-in

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Trade ANYTHING against a new or old vehicle.

That includes firearms and weapons, livestock ("pigs, beef, poultry, horses, llamas, alpacas ... anything breathing!!"), and other "oddities" like hot air balloons and ... books

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Kind of scary, but made me laugh.

Interesting that they do not allow trade-ins on children, but no mention of spouses...

hpmax said:   Interesting that they do not allow trade-ins on children, but no mention of spouses...

Depending on the spouse, the disclaimer about children may cover that as well. *ducks*

Not surprised...coming from WY.

Warning -- Don't trade your alpaca. They won't give you anywhere near as much as it's really worth. You should also be aware that people trying to trade weapons might go postal if they get the wrong offer. You might get caught in the crossfire. The best solution is to just stay home with your alpaca.

9000 said:   Warning -- Don't trade your alpaca. They won't give you anywhere near as much as it's really worth. You should also be aware that people trying to trade weapons might go postal if they get the wrong offer. You might get caught in the crossfire. The best solution is to just stay home with your alpaca.

Oh Lord! ROFLMAO!



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