End of Egg auction on E Bay

Well, it took them a while to complain, but they did. I was the first (and probably the last) person to sell their “eggs” on E-Bay. Here is them slapping my hands:

Dear Dr Dot   (drdot@drdot.com), We regret to inform you that your eBay auction:

“Dr. Dot sells her eggs, yes, those eggs ” has been ended. All fees associated with this auction have been credited to your account.

The item you have listed does not appear to be consistent with eBay guidelines.

You may not be aware of this, but eBay does not permit human body parts to be
listed on our site. Examples of prohibited items include, but are not limited
to: organs, bone, blood, waste, sperm, and eggs. You may not include such items
as a gift, prize or giveaway in connection with an item listed on eBay. Items
that contain human hair (e.g., lockets) as well as skulls and skeletons that are
used for medical purposes may be listed on eBay.

I did, however, get over 500 emails  Afraid directly sent to me about my eggs . Some wanted to know if they came with “hash-browns and toast”Toast  and if they “could personally fertilize” me.  Sex 

(I told them no)

The highest bid I got was $8,500 from a woman who can’t get pregnant. I will deal with her when I return from Berlin (I am going on Sept. 30 for 29 days).  It's A Smiley! 

Alice Cooper didn’t want a massage tonight, but the band all said hello and the show was great. I am on anti-biotics now fighting a mean sore throat and cough (send flowers please, or food).

I’m off to bed,  Sick In Bed 

ps. The German press wrote about this Saturday, Sunday and today. Click here  to see today’s egg story.

Dr. Dot