Link: Comic 16
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Title: the horrors of ebay
Date: October 22, 2004
Summary: Steve buys a haunted toaster off of E-Bay.
Onomatopoeias used: None
"Fin" style: A ghostly 'fin' coming out of a toaster.
Number of panels: 4
Steve (holding out a toaster): "Beaver, the toaster isn't working"
Beaver: "Let me have a look"
(Three ghosts pop out of the toaster)
Ghost One: "Wooooah"
Ghost Two: "Leave this place!"
Ghost Three: "Doomed"
Beaver: "Hmm...I think this toaster might be haunted"
Ghost Two: "We are all victims of the toaster, doomed to haunt its slots for all eternity"
Ghost One: "Beware the crumb tray!"
Beaver: "See Steve, I told you not to buy kitchenware from E-Bay"
Ghost Two: "Also the defrost button is broken"
Steve: "Well there's no way I'm giving positive feedback for this"
- This comic breaks up the "how'd you like THEM apples?" storyline, and gravity seems to be in effect.
- eBay is a popular online auction & shopping mall website, where people from all around the world buy and sell goods and services. A search for 'haunted' on eBay returns with many results, many urban legends of haunted appliances have been sold on eBay.