When selling something online, the best way to capture a buyer’s attention is usually with a photo of the item. Well, it turns out that isn’t always the case. These hilarious images of people attempting to sell their mirrors had us laughing out loud.
The Ol’ Stable Shot
The pressure of taking a good shot might make it challenging to keep a steady hand. This creative seller decided that the best way to do it was to use a stabilizer. Well, they could’ve been on to something.
Think about it this way; A shaky shot can’t be fixed, and selling might not come easy because people won’t be able to see it clearly. So technically speaking, it’s better to be safe than sorry, right? Thank goodness we have camera-stand technology on our side these days!
Sly and Determined
We’re not quite sure what this mirror-seller was going for here, but it looks like they tried to be as sly as possible. The person’s determination to make the picture look natural might be praiseworthy, though. They also gave the old saying, “if there’s a will, there’s a way,” telling us there was more meaning in the process.
The way is through a small opening in the door, in this case. Perhaps this is a gimmick to reach out and get attention. Too far? Considering the 2,500+ likes the photo received, it might not be too far-fetched. Either way, we hope that this determined seller managed to strike a good deal.
No Ghosting Please
One of the countless problems mirror-sellers have to face is the privacy of, well, their face. And it looks like drastic times call for extreme measures, especially if there isn’t a door to comfortably reach out of. This seller took a rather creative approach to their campaigning strategy.
They might’ve taken inspiration from Casper for all we know, but we hope that the paranormal inspiration won’t be beyond the physical realm. Just imagine how annoying it could be if a seller decides to ghost out on a deal. We would surely be irritated if that happened to us.