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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Nole0515, Jul 4, 2015.
Just wonder how much the super natural comes into play in your line of work.
I feel like I must be missing some kind of reference.
Guess that's a no.
Probably as often as the tooth fairy
Wait, did you think he’s a fucking ghostbuster?
I think he's still on his championship bender
I mean this is going to go down as one of my favorite posts in a long time.
All I know is it would take a pretty penny for me to part with my broadsword that's been imbued with the power of the mystics.
I mean if I was in possession of a haunted or supernatural item that I wanted to part with (for w.e reason), I'd think a pawn shop is as good a place as any to start.
What in the fuck
I'll give you $50 for it.
Well, actually, it's haunted, so...
I didn't know if it was similar to championship rings where there could be supplemental value depending on the prominence of the spirit/background story.
The continued explanations are amazing.
Can you post an example of such an item?
No. I've never worked in a pawn shop.
I’m literally crying laughing
Have you ever owned a haunted item, I honest to god have to know
How does one know if one's possessions are possessed?
If this weren't a typically straight-shooting poster, I'd assume it was a bit.
How much for Miss Cleo's tarot cards?
I have a Walmart guitar that is haunted by Jimi Hendrix. I would like eleventy billion for it. Deal or no?
Hell no and I never would knowingly.. I have young children.
I am acquainted with some gentlemen that once purchased a bad storage locker. Had vudoo dolls, shrunken heads (believed to be artificial), amateur taxidermy and multiple urns seemingly full of human ashes. They claimed it had a bad energy about it and weren't able to sell any of the stuff. Ended up trashing it. I could see this sort of thing popping up at a pawn shop.
They weren't haunted.
couldve been hard to sell because they’re, I don’t know… Human remains…
They didn't try to sell the human remains. They called the police and tried to contact previous owner. I'm not sure how they actually got rid of those. I'm assuming there are various statutes dealing with that sort of thing. One of our lawyers could probably comment on that aspect.
Everyone ragging on the guy but Nole0515 hasn’t answered the question so I think he’s on to something here
Oh fuck me. Hahahahah
I have never ran into the paranormal at work or not
Apparently the kids aren’t the only ones sleeping with a night light on
What if you didn’t have young children though?
Who says “They’re here.” then?
This is not the discussion I expected but it’s one I’m staying for.
There could certainly be realities in which I have no real responsibilities to anyone but myself.. Under those circumstances I'd certainly be less apprehensive about such things.
Let’s live in that reality for just a moment. What’s your ideal haunted item you would be interested in making an offer on?
Down Here at the Pawn Shop: Ghost Stories
The more I think about the original post I mean, what kind of experts would be call in for an item like that? I’m genuinely curious
i want a regular ps5 but i'll settle for a haunted one
Gotta call in the expert and see what that bitch is worth first, and as a man with morals if you have young kids, I won’t be able to sell it to you.
I knew a rich fella that brought back a shrunken (human) head from France.
He is dead now, widely believed to be suicide.
Really makes you think....
What the hell happened in here this evening?
Imagine how awesome it would be to buy some little cursed trinket and hide it in that annoying cow-worker’s laptop bag.
I mean, it was funny when it was done with rotted meat (or so I’m told.)
Do you believe in ghosts?
This is a deeply personal question.
How much would you give me for my lucky penny? I have a certificate of authenticity of its luck producing capabilities