The former bride, from Tameside, Greater Manchester, listed the gown on the site's Marketplace platform for £450.
In her scathing post, the woman begged social media for "someone to take this stunning wedding dress out of my life" – which she paid £899 for two years ago.
"Worn once by mistake on a trial run in 2017 and was a great distraction for the guests from the fact I married a compulsive liar," she added.
"I would recommend a good dry clean to get rid of all the luck that comes with it. The train on this dress is much longer than my marriage lasted.."
The dress is a size 18 but the bride reckons it would fit a size 14/16 and explains it "has had no alterations made to it…. unlike my life."
The woman also joked that those not tying the knot should consider the gown.
She wrote: "Wear it to the pub and sit at the bar and cry. The dress will make the money back you paid in no time – if you accept payment in drinks."
In more wedding drama, this bride-to-be was raging after her mother-in-law bought a WHITE ruffled gown to wear to her wedding.
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