Solid Perfume › Forums › General Lauder Solids Talk › Let's Define "mint" And "rare" › Re: Let's Define “mint” And “rare”
I noticed that about ebay sellers as well, using those words too freely. My personal favorite is our “favorite” ebay seller (whom is back in full swing) who states in the auction “mint, as is” – what the heck is that supposed to mean???
There was also a seller who used “MIB” in the item titles quite a bit, but there was no mention of the box in the descriptions nor in the photos. I asked the seller if it had the box, and the response was that it did not. I pressed further as to why it said MIB in the item titles, which th reply back was MIB meant “Mint In Bag.” That is stretching it a little if you ask me (and misleading)… Sorry if this person is a member on this site, but I did not agree with that.