Take My Life... Please An Australian guy is attempting to sell his life on e-Bay. You can take over his mildly interesting existence as a philosophy student. If you're the top bidder, he'll introduce you to his friends. And his ex-girlfriend. And girls that he flirts with. You even get a four-week course on becoming him.
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An Australian guy is attempting to sell his life on e-Bay. You can take over his mildly interesting existence as a philosophy student. If you're the top bidder, he'll introduce you to his friends. And his ex-girlfriend. And girls that he flirts with. You even get a four-week course on becoming him.

STEVE INSKEEP, host:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep.

Just when you can't stand to hear about more weird auctions on e-Bay, an Australian guy is selling his life. You can take over his mildly interesting life as a philosophy student. If you're the top bidder, he will introduce you to his friends, and to his ex-girlfriend, and the girls that he flirts with. You'll even get a four-week course on becoming him. So far, one bidder has offered almost $5,900 to get a life.

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