Truly, nothing is sacred.
In recent years A Christmas Story has built its audience steadily—aided in no small part by its month of 24-hour-a-day airings on TBS—and overtaken all others as the definitively quotable holiday movie of our generation. The Cleveland home used in the film has been restored and open year-round for tours, and stands right across the street from the official A Christmas Story House Museum. But for those ACS fanatics so wackily obsessed with Ralphie's quest for a Red Ryder BB Gun that merely watching the film is no longer enough, comes the ultimate prize ever conceived: An eBay charity auction offering a Christmas spent living in the house itself. (Thanks to the Thighmaster for pointing it out.) You're bidding on an exhaustive recreation of the film's events right down to the Peking Duck dinner at Pearl of the Orient. The rest of the details are after the jump: