Pet Rock Shop
So to raise money for a house, my own house, a house I own, i'm trying to sell rocks. These are quality NZ Rocks which are pets. (Not just rocks). ("Your not being sucked in"). If you would like to purchase a Rock from me then click the Paypal Button and deposit $25US dollars US.For breeding purposes two rocks will be sent to the address used in the paypal transaction. Once you've deposited the money u could send me an email to with any further details to /verify your address.

I am now also selling Grass, Dirt, Leaves and Twigs.

Invest in these quality NZ products.

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Pet Rocks For Sale.

Rocks come in many shapes sizes and forms. I'm Selling Rocks to make money for a house. For $25 US Dollars u get 2 Rocks delivered in the post to your mailbox already fully house trained, tamed from the wild. I haven't sold any rocks yet at the date of this post and i've had 344 visitors in about 8 months that the site has been running.

As far as an FAQ goes I haven't done one yet. But basically this blog is about selling rocks to buy a house to make money. Pet Rocks For Sale which also, the rocks, have Macgyver uses. Thank you for your time. Purchase a Rock by clicking the paypal button and depositing $25 US dollars.

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Famous Rocks.

Here is a list of famous rocks: FAMOUS ROCKS

Pet Rocks

Pet Rocks.

Pet Rocks were a 1970s fad conceived in Los Gatos, California by advertising executive Gary Dahl. The first Pet Rocks were ordinary gray stones bought at a builder's supply store and marketed as if they were live pets. The fad lasted about six months, ending with the Christmas season in December 1975. During its short run, the Pet Rock made Dahl a millionaire.

In 1975, Dahl established Rock Bottom Productions, a company that sold the rocks for US$3.95 each. The stones, imported from Rosarito Beach in Baja California, Mexico, were swaddled in packing material and nestled in a small cardboard box, similar to a pet carrier. A "Pet Rock Training Manual", with instructions on how to properly raise and care for one's newfound pet (notably lacking instructions for feeding), was included. The instruction manual contained several commands that could be taught to the new pet. While "sit" and "stay" were effortless to accomplish, "roll over" usually required extra help from the trainer. "Come" was found to be impossible to teach, but "attack" was fairly easy. The trainers also found that potty-training their pets was rather hard.

Friday, February 6, 2009

Pet Rock Farm

This is the Farm where your Pet Rocks will come from.