Title text: You can do this one in every 30 times and still have 97% positive feedback
Black Hat is trying to make the world a weirder place by shipping bobcats to his Ebay buyers. Ordinarily, negative feedback is used to warn future buyers about sellers that ship broken products or post misleading listings. In this case, the unfortunate buyer is leaving feedback warning future buyers that Black Hat ships bobcats instead of the actual products, though "would not buy again" seems to be a rather feeble response to the replacement. This appears to have been a continuing project, as Cueball receives a bobcat a year and a half later. Four years later, it is shown that you can blackmail Black Hat into not sending you a bobcat.
The title text is about a flaw in Ebay's feedback system - you can intentionally do nasty things to your buyers and get very bad reviews, but still have overall high feedback scores as long as you don't do it too often.
- [Black Hat is packing a bobcat into a box; Danish stands beside him.]
- Danish: What are you doing?
- Black Hat: Making the world a weirder place.
- Bobcat: mrrowlll
- [Black Hat has finished taping the package for shipping.]
- Black Hat: Starting with my eBay feedback page.
- [Bandaged person at a computer with assorted debris around the floor]
- Screen: comments:
- Bandaged person typing: Instead of office chair package contained bobcat.
- Bandaged person typing: Would not buy again.