The discussion on the eggplant that sold yersteday to one of the PF members was discussed for days, as was the religious Twiggy and several other bags in the past. It's part of what the forum is about, or so I thought. Someone from this forum, be it a troll or a regular member decided to email the seller and direct him to the thread in Achtung. He posted a very PO'ed post, then left. Later some people defended the seller, others didn't, it's all part of the forum. HOWEVER, I do think that it is not all right to report our threads here to strangers on eBay, as we are discussing ongoing auctions that some of us may be bidding on. I think it stinks, is immature and I can see no reason to ever do that except to start sh*t on here. What kind of repercussion or retaliation could this cause due to the seller seeing what was posted here, if one of the posters won the item, which did happen? I don't think any of us want to pay well over a thousand dollars then have to deal with a po'ed seller that read what you may have said, what your friends on here said, and they have the bag you just paid a LOT of money for. They can be nonrepsonsive to emails, hold shipping up, and who knows what else. I also hope that none of us would ever stoop so low as to report and authentic bag as fake to get it removed by eBay, so that we could make an offer. We all like bags, that's why we are here and it should be played fair. May the highest bidder win. I mean come on, these aren't rare diamonds or antiques, granted we love them, but in the end, they are just vintage handbags.