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dragon81

Fish house for sale-HELP

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Is there a "best" way to sell a fish house on the site. Dont know exactly where to go and do not want to violate the sites selling policies. Friend has a large fishouse for sale and I would like to try sell it for him. THANKS

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Try the For Sale- Ice houses and other stuff forum. You have to buy the ad based on the amount you want for the fishhouse.

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Awsome thanks guys, just didnt have time to jump around and figure it out, thats cuz I work so hard here at my job ya know tongue.gif

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Dragon --

Let's be real here, my Brother. You sit in the median eat do-go-nuts and text your girl.

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Just kidding, don't ticket me K?

Ah nuts I am in trouble.

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I like gas station sandwhiches and water, and I usually text other peoples girls, and give lots of warnings, Im the good pig out there, haha

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U R a funny feller.

You have not missed anything -- been slow on the ice.

You get that house out yet?

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Dragon, what city do you work for?

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