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Adventures in Ebay

Always on the lookout for a nice statue of Bast, I was trawling Ebay and…yikes! What is this? Here it is in full color.

Is that supposed to be a dead cat? It’s not. It’s, like, squirrel colored. And it looks like its front legs are missing. And the tips of its ears. Is it a taxidermy? Is it supposed to be a mummy? Did he wrestle this desert squirrel for the little Bast statue?

Here’s a video where he seems to be pretending to find it in the sand next to the unfortunate beast. He’s wearing dish gloves.

Here’s the description:

You Are Bidding on Rare Antique Ancient Egyptian Statue God Cat Bastet since God Bastet Was Strongest God for protection for person also protection for his familey , home land since they worshipped God Cat to protect them while down you can see Goddess Isis Standing as women while goddess Isis was goddess of Good Health cure medicine while over her their is Winged Scarab which was Symbol of Good Luck Happy Life Wealth since these is very Rare Statue For God Cat ( Goddess Bastet) shown as cat which was made for king to worship her since they Have mAde Such Statue for God Cat to protect king also to protect his familey , castle also land of egypt since they saw cat was always protecting homes from mice Rats snakes scropions so they too her as goddess of Protection while you can find down goddess Isis shown as women as they put her to bring for king hood health cure medecine while up their is scarab which was used to bring good luck happy life wealth such statue was made during king life he wirshipped it also was taken to Grave After Death.

I think we’ll take our chances with scropions.


Comment from M
Time: December 15, 2022, 9:44 pm

Forget the cat-weasel. Check out his auction with the mummified human head as a background prop.

Comment from Uncle Al
Time: December 16, 2022, 1:02 am

I think we’ll take our chances with scropions.

No!! Don’t risk it!! They may not pose much of danger to you, Stoaty, but think of Uncle Badger! I hear scropions make their nests in a man’s groin area and their young are born claws first.

Whatever that poor beast in the photo is, it looks like it’s about to lose its dentures.

Comment from OldFert
Time: December 16, 2022, 3:10 am

Was that description written by Kringe Jean-Pierre?

Comment from Deborah HH
Time: December 16, 2022, 3:46 pm

” … written by Kringe Jean-Pierre?” I think that’s a big part of her problem, Old Fert. She doesn’t write her own copy, and she doesn’t read what was written for her until she needs it to answer a question. Then she makes hash out of it.

Comment from S. Weasel
Time: December 16, 2022, 6:55 pm

Uncle B thought the writer was a schitz. But I dunno…I think he’s probably just an Egyptian on the grift.

Comment from BigBlueBug
Time: February 26, 2023, 5:21 pm

A cat as a protector of man and family? My cat kept some ketchup, or catsup close by just in case we dropped dead.

Sorry to bother but the white coats gave me access to the interwebby again. Such fools. Happy Max Plank day!

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