That is a tremendously intrusive and personal question. There are millions of items available for sale and what anyone wants and at what price is nobody's business but themselves and their families. Asking a question like that with any expectation of an answer is an invasion of privacy.
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There is no such thing as a stupid question!
Corollary -- so long as you read before you post and stay on topic. :)
not sure what the purpose of the question is but there are a few things on amazon that would be nice to have. but then there are a few things on other retailer sites that would also be worth having. it is like that with any retailer whether online or brick and mortar or a yard sale.
One has to wonder just what the question hides. My cynicism suggests it is the prelude to a scam attempt. "Oh, you want X I know how you can get X for really cheapo at "somescamsite" why not click on over?".
Or perhaps an attempt to build some affiliate links "Hey, I get a percentage of every sale, buy X from me and I'll rebate half of it".
The hideously exxagereted name spelling looks fishy on the face of it. Throwaways that need constant updating for new ones as they get slammed.
(For the curious, no I do not look at the entire world in this jaundiced fashion, just the parts that reek of being not what they seem. Kittens remain kittens and good chocolate needs no analysis to see what its intent is and pizza shall forever be proof the universe loves us. ;) )
Editing this to add, as I found other posts of hers: "I may only be 12, but I have a great life going for me. (P.S. My name is not really Molly.)"
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