Get your Lord, Laird or Lady Title

28 02 2012

Fancy being a Lord or Lady of Glencoe? Legit too! A Laird if you’d rather.

Yours for a mere 29 squid. $50 in new money.

Now I’ve seen everything! You can buy a square foot of Scotland, and get to call yourself nobility to-boot.

Check it out here: Buy a title and become a Lord, Laird or Lady.

Highland titles: be a Laird

Highland titles: be a Laird

Thinking larger? Buy a bit of the moon instead! You can have a whole acre of the Sea of Tranquility for $37.50!

lunarregistry.com: Sea Of Tranquility

lunarregistry.com: Sea Of Tranquility

The next thing you know, they’ll be selling Hudson’s Bay Company to the Americans. Oh, wait…

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12 responses

28 02 2012
kalyrical

Fancy that! Now if you’ll excuse me, I am going to become a lady…

28 02 2012
Quieter Elephant

No comment 😉

29 02 2012
misfits' miscellany

Na, I’m with the proles.

29 02 2012
misfits' miscellany

Except, I don’t breed.

29 02 2012
Quieter Elephant

I didn’t know one could breed with a pastry. Is that how you get bread?

29 02 2012
misfits' miscellany

No, that’s how you get arrested for public indecency in a bakery.

4 03 2012
Quieter Elephant

You seem particularly knowledgeable… how much was the fine? 😉

29 02 2012
Quieter Elephant

Are they those chocolate and cream puff pastry dessert thingies?

29 02 2012
lanceleuven

I bought a bit of the moon for £15 about ten years ago, I see my investment has increased in value!

Hmm…So maybe now is the time to buy me a piece of Scotland…

29 02 2012
Quieter Elephant

The company I work for makes software for mining companies. We’re half seriously contemplating what would change in low gravity environments. Maybe it’s worth hanging on to it for a while longer…
As for Ecosse: depends on the spot price for Haggis, I guess.

29 02 2012
lanceleuven

And it’s also worth considering the possible impact of independence on any investment!

29 02 2012
treacle

Face desk.

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