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Farrah Abraham Selling Used Panties, For Charity

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elliot-wolf - September 8, 2017

The amount of ways women can earn income is almost unlimited. I wouldn't be able to fetch anywhere near the asking price Farrah Abraham is asking for a used personal garment that has graced her genitalia. The photoshoot that Farrah wore the bikini in was for "Girls and Corpses" 2013 magazine issue. So I'm not sure what would smell worse, an actual corpse or the fermented scent of Farrah four years later. Amazon is going to have to retract their slogan of selling everything if this product isn't made available for purchase on their site as well. The pair of shoes she wore and bikini are listed separately on eBay so you better act fast if this is on your fap bucket list. Especially if you suffer from the unclassified mental disorder known as a foot fetish. I still have yet to hear a decent explanation of how exactly toes are a turn on. But if feet helps you beat your meat, it's a free country. 

The "Teen Mom" star did the photo shoot for the horror and comedy magazine's winter 2013 issue, and owner Robert Rhine is trying to make some cash off her wardrobe. He's listed the bikini and heels separately on eBay ... and says he expects to fetch thousands. 

The best part is the proceeds will be donated to help victims of Hurricane Harvey and Irma. So you'll have zero guilt knowing your purchase probably helped someone in Texas rebuild their home. You're the real hero here.

Photo Credit: Girls and Corpses

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