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As she left the mall, Audrey found a way to rake in some cash.
"The bidding will start at eleven million dollars."
"I got it from eBay."
"Do I hear eighty-five?"
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Auctioneer's sign, 'Going, going, gone to lunch'.
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'But it must be valuable, it's got 'Made in China' stamped on the bottom!'
Sold! For £42,000 to the... No wait - it's the wrong way round!
At home with Harry, the Auctioneer. 'A penny for your thoughts.' 'Who'll give me five - do I hear five?'
'Sold! $287,500 to bidder #349!'
'Going...Going...Gone! Sold to the lady with more money than sense.'
'And next up on the auction block is a rare bug that was smashed by Jumi Hendrix.'
"The bidding will begin at twenty million dollars."
"All right, who'll start things off with a bid on this magnificent one-of-a-kind fifty-pound rock?"
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At home with Harry, the Auctioneer: 'Penny for your thoughts.' 'Who'll give me five-do I hear five...?'
"Do I have a cough, a harumph, a wink, a tic? Sold then to the smirk for a million-five."
"Now, what am I bid for this beautiful piece, which comes with the original owner?"
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'Next up is the actual spectator who caught the record-setting home run ball. Do I hear $100,000?'
'Sold!...to the man at the back...with the twitch.'
Are you bidding Mrs Bixler, or are you berating Mr. Bixler again?'
ACME Auctioneers: Going, Going, Gone to Lunch.
' I hear she was quite the collector...'
'The gentleman in the back bids one arm. The is now one arm. Will anybody give me an arm and a leg.'