Woman trying to sell her 'lucky' dress online goes viral for very explicit listing description

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A woman attempting to sell her "lucky" dress online has captured the attention of social media users after writing a very explicit listing description.

With Christmas just around the corner, many of us are selling our unwanted goods online in an attempt to make a few extra bucks in what has been a difficult year for many.

However, one woman's sales patter has gone viral after really upselling her dress on the peer-to-peer social shopping app Depop.

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The picture included in the listing shows a woman wearing the dress in question (it is unknown if the woman in the snap is her or a friend), as she stands next to a man.

Asking 75 euros ($90) for the red, size-8 dress, the seller writes in the product description: "Friends not included. Selling my 18th birthday dress."

However, she then states why she considers the dress to be so "lucky", revealing that anybody who has worn the dress has been fortunate enough to receive the same sexual act.

She continues: "Only worn once for a couple of hours, would consider this a lucky dress as me and all my friends who have worn it have got f****red in it."

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And if that wasn't a reason enough to snap up the dress, the woman adds: "Dry cleaned as I got sick on it."

Oh, and as an extra bonus, she is willing to also throw in the earrings.

After being spotted on the app, a screenshot of the listing was shared to Reddit, in the subreddit "Trashy".

Users of the social media site were quick to comment on the post, with one person asking: "Seriously, who’s the target customer for this kind of merchandise?"

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[[imagecaption|| Credit: Reddit]]

Another user commented: "A picture of just the dress and less of a description would be just fine."

However, two other users commented on the legitimacy of the post, with one person questioning if it was just listed as a "joke".

In response, one Redditor said: "This is exactly the type of thing a bitchy friend would do, pick a photo from her Facebook and create a fake nasty ad. Could be a love rival or similar, very few people would put up an ad like this themselves."

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However, one Reddit user with the username 'free_billstickers' was quickly upvoted when she stated that the dress was, in fact, her dress - although, this is unconfirmed.

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So... would you snap up this bargain just in time for Christmas?

Woman trying to sell her 'lucky' dress online goes viral for very explicit listing description

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By VT

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A woman attempting to sell her "lucky" dress online has captured the attention of social media users after writing a very explicit listing description.

With Christmas just around the corner, many of us are selling our unwanted goods online in an attempt to make a few extra bucks in what has been a difficult year for many.

However, one woman's sales patter has gone viral after really upselling her dress on the peer-to-peer social shopping app Depop.

[[imagecaption|| Credit: Pexels/Amina Filkins]]

The picture included in the listing shows a woman wearing the dress in question (it is unknown if the woman in the snap is her or a friend), as she stands next to a man.

Asking 75 euros ($90) for the red, size-8 dress, the seller writes in the product description: "Friends not included. Selling my 18th birthday dress."

However, she then states why she considers the dress to be so "lucky", revealing that anybody who has worn the dress has been fortunate enough to receive the same sexual act.

She continues: "Only worn once for a couple of hours, would consider this a lucky dress as me and all my friends who have worn it have got f****red in it."

[[imagecaption|| Credit: Depop/Reddit]]

And if that wasn't a reason enough to snap up the dress, the woman adds: "Dry cleaned as I got sick on it."

Oh, and as an extra bonus, she is willing to also throw in the earrings.

After being spotted on the app, a screenshot of the listing was shared to Reddit, in the subreddit "Trashy".

Users of the social media site were quick to comment on the post, with one person asking: "Seriously, who’s the target customer for this kind of merchandise?"

[[imagecaption|| Credit: Reddit]]
[[imagecaption|| Credit: Reddit]]

Another user commented: "A picture of just the dress and less of a description would be just fine."

However, two other users commented on the legitimacy of the post, with one person questioning if it was just listed as a "joke".

In response, one Redditor said: "This is exactly the type of thing a bitchy friend would do, pick a photo from her Facebook and create a fake nasty ad. Could be a love rival or similar, very few people would put up an ad like this themselves."

[[imagecaption|| Credit: Reddit]]

However, one Reddit user with the username 'free_billstickers' was quickly upvoted when she stated that the dress was, in fact, her dress - although, this is unconfirmed.

[[imagecaption|| Credit: Reddit]]

So... would you snap up this bargain just in time for Christmas?