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July 26, 2005

Jennifer Aniston's Toilet Paper To Be Auctioned — $100,000 Reserve

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This Friday on eBay Michael Baroni, a California lawyer, will be auctioning off memorabilia from his summer fling with Jennifer back in 1984 when he was 16 and she was a 15–year–old student at New York's High School of Performing Arts and they were two teenagers in love.

Among other items, he's selling a 17th birthday card she made for him on a piece of toilet paper; a photo of the two of them hugging when they first met in 1974 (she was 5 years old at the time); a piece of paper with her name and phone number written in lipstick; a love letter from Jennifer handwritten in red pen; and a page from Baroni's little black book with his contact information for her.

Baroni says he's holding the auction for "financial reasons."

At least he's honest about it.

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The items go up on eBay at 12:01 a.m. Friday with a reserve of $100,000 for the entire lot.

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Taboo! I am so over Jen. I was a real fan until I saw her nude pose on Penthouse and now her partial nude on GQ. Interesting... the first featured her butt, the second her boobs and neither of those were her figure attraction. It was the shape in between.
Nevertheless, after I heard her ridiculous parroted political opinion and saw these pics, my opinion of her dropped to nothing. No wonder Brad is over her... even her money couldn't keep him. Please, let her go... drop it... get over her! Go on to someone worth the hype (tho' I doubt if you know how to do that since I'm familiar with your idea of what's hot!)

Posted by: H. Kelly Schroeder | Nov 15, 2005 1:34:54 PM

Well, there's one ex she'll never be hooking up with again.

Posted by: IB | Jul 27, 2005 12:47:53 AM

He should be shot. Period. End of story. No discussion. Tokens of love and affection now tainted by the filthy stench of lucre. (But, hey, I'm impressed a man kept them all these years - obviously even before she was famous.)And it scares the hell out of you for a minute...makes you wonder what the hell will be auctioned off that you've given to someone if you ever become famous, that's for sure.

Posted by: Shawn Lea | Jul 26, 2005 1:51:01 PM

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