You know how kids can suck the life, gravity, and money right out of us? There’s help: a boob job.
Wait. Wrong post. Let’s start over.
There’s help: Music Magpie. Allow me to explain.
You know that huge stack of CDs gathering dust in your garage? You can make money off of them. How ’bout them there DVDs that you no longer watch because your toddler morphs into Satan when anything but Disney Junior is on the television? Sell’em. Do you have video games and zero time to play because you’re an adult with adult things to do like pay bills? Faaatastic. Cash’em in. The video games, not the bills.
Music Magpie turns your CDs, DVDs, and games into cold hard cash. You don’t have to leave your house or even your precious computer to swap your old stuff for some dinero. All you have to do is go to Music Magpie’s website, enter the CD/DVD/games’ barcodes, and then ship everything with the FREE shipping labels Music Magpie provides. The last step is pay day, and if you want to twiddle your thumbs until you get paid, twiddle away playa.
I would like to personally applaud Music Magpie for making the entire process so easy. I once tried to swap some of my old clothes for cash at this little boutique, and I’m still having flashbacks from the horror that was “the evaluation:”
Out of style.
You’re a teacher, aren’t you?
I went with three garbage bags full of clothes and returned with three garbage bags full of clothes, plus a dent from where they dropped a Calvin Klein-swathed elbow on my ego.
Music Magpie promises not to make you feel old, frumpy, or like you’re spiraling out of control since losing your figure yet somehow gaining 10 pounds. Quite the contradiction, right?
Please note that there is a 10-item minimum to ship, and a 500-item maximum. If you seriously have 500 discs of any kind lying around your house, may I introduce you to iTunes and Netflix? Seriously, clean up and cash in, people.
This is a sponsored post. I received cash-money for writing it. All of the opinions and bad jokes expressed within are mine.