Remember Elizabeth Raine? She’s that sexy 27 year-old med-student who tried to auction off her virginity to pay off her student loans or was just bored one day and decided to monetize her virginity.
Well, it’s been just over a month since we last heard from Elizabeth Raine and her virginity auction. So what better way to spend the day than getting an update on our girl Elizabeth Raine?
Since announcing her virginity auction, Elizabeth Raine apparently had trouble attracting potential bidders because she refused to show her face.
Crazy. Just crazy. Does it really matter what her face looks like? I mean, she’s already proven to everyone that she’s got a killer body. And let’s not forget that she’s auctioning off her virginity online. The way I see it, if you’re the type of guy to place a bid, what difference does seeing her face make? Obviously it would be a shame for anyone to spend a lot of money to hook-up with someone that’s totally busted.
Sorry I’m getting off-topic.
Point is, Elizabeth Raine’s virginity auction has reached a highest bid of $550,000. Damn. In retrospect, I wish I hadn’t had traded my virginity for those magic beans. I could have gotten at least 0.1% of what people are offering Elizabeth Raine for her virginity.
Seriously though, $550,000 is a lot of money to spend on someone’s virginity. I mean…you could buy 17 brand new BMW’s for $550,000. Why would you need 17 brand new BMW’s? I don’t know. But why do people feel the need to spend all that money on 10 minutes of awkward sex?
Maybe it’s because I’m poor, but there’s nothing worse than the idea of Elizabeth Raine selling her virginity to some creepy, virgin-obsessed rich dude. The auction is open until May 7th…so what if we were to pool our money together?
Here’s what I’m proposing. We gather all the funds we can to top the $550,000 bid. Then when we win the auction, we’ll have a raffle to see who gets to take Elizabeth’s virginity (pending her approval of course). The more you contribute, pledge, or raise to the cause, the better your odds are for winning the raffle.
What do you guys think?
To motivate you to raise/contribute money, check out Elizabeth Raine: