I know it's a little early to think about Christmas presents, but here's something for the person who has everything: Sinead O'Connor's personal autograph book.
According to this ad posed on Adverts.ie, the songstress filled this book with autographs of the rich and famous during her time in Jamaica in 2005, when she was working on the album, 'Throw Down Your Arms'.
Now if this sounds a wee bit suspicious, you should know that the owner is willing to go to the local auction house with you to confirm that this is, in fact, Sinead O'Connor's autograph book. So put those fears to rest right now.
I know I wanna get my hands on it, check out the ad below.
If you don't happen to have microscope eyes, here's what the ad says,
This item is now located in Allenwood, Co Kildare.
This is a once in a lifetime chance to buy a part of one of Ireland's best musicians (Sinead O Connor Personal Autograph book) from her time spent in Jamaica in 2005 when she was working on the album, 'Throw Down Your Arms'!!!
I will not say whose names are on this autograph book, I will just show you a couple of sample pages, but their are pages and pages of autographs. I believe she collected them personally herself while she spent a year in Jamaica making this great reggae album.
Any serious bidder can meet me in person and get this book checked in any Dublin or Kildare auction house to get it authenticated before handing me a penny.
Thank you for taking the time to read this ad and please note I will not respond to silly offers or time wasters. Please feel free to check out some of my other adds to view some more rare and unique items.
No offers under the asking price.
Whose autographs are in the book, you ask? Good question, but the advertiser straight up refuses to say (such a tease). But the mystery's all part of it, right?
You better act fast if you want the item, as more than 4,000 people have already viewed the ad and have clearly given serious consideration to purchasing the Irish feminist's memorabilia.
The advertiser isn't looking for time wasters, so please, no silly offers under €15,000.
Find the ad here. Know anyone who'd really wants a Sinead O'Connor collectible?