condition: Well-used, but improving with age. Even under the happiest of conditions, the Scowl will continue to deepen with each passing year.
ownership: Still owned by the original owner who acquired the scowl gradually, almost without realizing she was acquiring it. Digital pictures proved otherwise.
uses: The Scowl is useful for occupations such as teacher, orthodontist, Wal-Mart employee, or school bus driver. Also useful if you have children under the age of 18 living in your home.
Or children over the age of 18 that you would like to move out of your home.
Using the Scowl in a restaurant will ensure speedy service by your waiter. The Scowl can also be used to frighten office staff at the dentist’s office when the dentist is
out golfing running slightly behind and your appointment time has long since passed.
warnings: The Scowl is not recommended for use during date night, when having family pictures taken by expensive photographer, or at mother-in-law’s dinner table on Easter Sunday.
When using the Scowl at establishments that serve alcohol there is virtually no chance you will be carded.
Purchaser of the Scowl acknowledges the pros and cons of ownership and agrees to a hold-harmless clause.
I accept Pay Pal, Visa, American Express, or cash.
This post is for The Red Dress Club weekly writing prompt. This week’s assignment was to write a humorous ad, a la Craigslist or eBay, selling something you no longer want.