30+ Things People Were Trying To Sell Online And Probably Failed

Is it always true that one man’s garbage is another man’s treasure? When one man’s waste is everyone else’s rubbish, it may be a problem. Even yet, they’ll put it up for sale on eBay and other internet markets regardless. Join us, then, as we take a look at some of the weirdest products ever put up for sale on the internet. It wasn’t uncommon for people to keep their unusual behavior to themselves before the internet existed. You may now be a part of a group of people that have the same weird habits as you. In spite of all this, it fails to explain some of the idiocy in the next section which you will enjoy a lot. So, let’s get started.

‘Do You Want To Boost Your Funeral?’

To begin, I believe this is the first time “Do you want to increase your funeral?” has been asked in recorded history. Please excuse our antiquated thinking but we never saw funerals as being in critical need of an enlivening social occasion. This “professional mourner,” as he calls himself, is willing to have your funeral amplified. We genuinely hope that individuals will already be doing this for free, since his basic offering is crying out for $50. This image has an empty alt attribute The mysterious and interesting “Bahamian hollering” is next, but if you really want to splurge, simply have him leap into your open grave for a thousand bucks instead. A dry-eyed funeral should never have to happen to anybody else. As a result, Nassau, Bahamas-based Sylvester Ricardo Moss has arrived to stop this from occurring. In a post on Facebook that went viral on Wednesday, Moss described himself as a “professional mourner” and listed his fees and services. They’re really not that expensive.

Who Would Buy Those?!

Despite our best efforts, we still don’t know who this listing is intended for. We can’t conceive of a better target audience for wasp parts than folks who like picking up hitchhikers and devouring them. Although this ad stands boldly offering a wasp for sale, there is some assembly necessary. Don’t let the price scare you away from this product.
Philippine pesos are the currency, and 50 of them equals around a dollar. A wasp’s leg costs $1, but at least the seller can transport it to you. Insect, subfamily Apocrita wasps. This how people buy and sell such kind of weird things.

Just Plug It In…

He managed to pull it off! Finally, he got it done! It’s believed that humans have been using hand-held hammers for 3.3 million of those years. When Stone Age man learned that using hammers with handles made them more efficient, he was 32,000 years ahead of us in our modern era of cloud computing and self-lacing shoes. We felt we’d come a long way, but it seemed like it was the end of the road.
Now we see the error of our ways. An electric hammer may be yours for only $250. The Simpsons did predict it in 1998, after all. At Home Depot, this item is for sale. The 2×4″s may be grabbed using the top divide. It’s in the Fubar subcategory.

This One Is Actually Genius

In light of this, our attorneys have advised us to be very clear on one point: We do not support scamming energy providers. That being said, this concept is both brilliant and sad. If you don’t pay your energy bill, the personnel who come to shut it off won’t be able to do so if they notice a wasps’ nest covering the cabinet, on paper, it’s a rather straightforward situation.
Even if it’s only a short-term strategy, it will allow you to watch a few more episodes of The Office. We don’t know what’s going to happen in the end. Fake wasp nests are used to camouflage face-recognition cameras by the government. Hit a wasp nest with a stick whenever you see one to eliminate the most dreadful creature on earth.

The ‘Splash Factor’?

This post tells us that there IS a waiting list, which is possibly the least truthful statement ever written by a human being. This isn’t because we don’t believe it’s reasonable to charge between $50 and $75 for this – it’s because we don’t know what it is. Because of its placement, this device could only be used by a guy who wanted to ascend to the top of the list. This image has an empty alt attribute
Is there any other question that needs to be answered? Only if you’re going number two should “splash factor” be a concern. The thought of that sickens us to the core. You can’t tell some mature guys that they can sit down to pee, since they believe it’s homosexual. You must protect men’s manhood at all prices by going into a tube.

You Need To Be A REAL Fan..

You may have heard of the practice of selling air in a canister. A lot of people are doing it these days, particularly in countries like China and India, where pollution is a big problem. Even a business in Canada is selling mountain air for $32. Isn’t it just plain silly? We haven’t even mentioned the celebrity genre yet. Kanye West concert airbags were put up for auction in 2015, but no one bought them. From a starting price of $5, it went on to sell for $60,100.
Kanye’s ex-wife Kim Kardashian tweeted, “Oh, he can sell anything!” when she heard about this craziness. It just gets worse. When Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie appeared at a red-carpet event in 2010, a jar was held in their approximate proximity. For $523, it was sold at auction. In order to help individuals, make money in other areas.

Car Door Handle With Whose Autogtaph?

Although door knobs are often available on the secondary market, this must be a first. An entrepreneurial vendor was not happy to just sell the door handle to Nissan Altima owners who had been in an accident but wanted to sweeten the pot a little. Because they claimed it was autographed by America’s first president, George Washington, they achieved their goal.
Far be it from us to cast doubt on the sincerity of a complete stranger on the internet (wherever he published this masterpiece), but we believe that further proof is required. Considering that the first Altima’s were released in 1992, something seems amiss.

Take My Money!

Uber and Lyft have revolutionized transportation by removing it from the skilled hands of trained professionals like bus and taxi drivers and placing it in the hands of your local eccentric. What’s not to enjoy about the possibility of kidnapping and dismemberment while getting where you need to go? Honestly, the only way this situation could be improved is if you hired this person.
Since Uber doesn’t have its own dedicated hype man/dealer, we’ll continue to use his 1989 Pontiac Firebird until they do. In the last decade, the ride-sharing sector has shifted an entire business model. You can get where you’re going, with the added thrill.

That’s Expensive!

The Devil Went Down to Georgia, a famous country song about the Devil’s attempt to win a young man’s soul in a fiddle-playing contest, is well-known. We’re guessing Satan is laughing all the way to the bank these days since nowadays, all you have to do is go on to eBay. People have been attempting to list their everlasting souls many times since the year 2000. In other cases, they tried to raise the bar by asking for $2,000. An offer of $20.50 was made to a depressed Canadian man.
To no avail, since eBay prohibits the sale of spirits. In what sense? A soul cannot be sold if it does not exist. Regardless of whether or not it exists, it would be a violation of eBay’s policy on the sale of human remains and body parts. To meet new individuals, some people join clubs or organizations. The internet may lead to long-term friendships or perhaps the love of your life. Lori N., on the other hand, thinks that selling her soul on eBay is the finest way to connect with others.

Do The Previous Owners Know About This?

The number of questions and existential crises sparked by a single photograph has never been this high, yet here we are. These are reportedly $500 used coffins. We’re not sure whether that’s $500 for the whole funeral or $500 for each coffin, and we’re not sure which is worse at this point. That’s mostly because they seem to have been dug out hastily and piled on top of one other.
For centuries, coffins were made of wood, and the French word coffin, which means cradle in the original language, comes from the word coffin, meaning basket. Coffins and caskets are frequently distinguished by the number of sides they have: a casket is usually a six- or twelve-sided burial box, while a coffin is usually a four- or eight-sided funerary box.

Would You Eat Virgin Mary?

The Shroud of Turin has had its day. A grilled cheese sandwich emblazoned with the picture of Jesus’ mother has nothing to do with the linen reportedly carrying his face. A grilled cheese sandwich bearing the face of the Virgin Mary was put up for sale by Diana Duyser, a Floridian. She claims to have made the sandwich in 1994, but after taking a mouthful, she recognized that it had been blessed by God.
For the next ten years, she stored it in a plastic container on her nightstand, where it was intended to remain mold-free. To an online casino generating much more money than it needed, it sold for $28,000. Because of the images on her toast, Diane Duyser started her day in 1994 thinking that the Virgin Mary had bestowed her blessings. For this grilled cheese sandwich, Duyser was able to sell it for $28,000 because of his marketing skills. Pareidolia, on the other hand, is the genuine reason for being in this circumstance, as shown by cognitive psychology processes.

A Jar With A Real Ghost In It.

It’s not very often that an eBay ad takes no responsibility for the actions of evil spirits. Even if that’s precisely what occurred in 2003 with bids beginning at $99 on a jar that was put up for auction. In an “ancient abandoned graveyard,” the vendor reportedly used a metal detector to locate a wooden box containing two glass jars. One of them was broken, and a “dark mist” leaked out of it.
‘The Black Thing,’ however, attacked them at night. They decided to put the second jar on the market because they believe that sharing equals caring. The buyer flaked after winning a bid of $50,922. All of us have our own ideas about what the Ghost in a Jar’s logo should look like. A businessman has made a deal with a firm that turns your original artwork into real-life items. It’s possible to get anything from tote bags to coffee mugs to thong pants from this retailer.

Is Your Pet Ready For War?

Do you really love your pet enough to get it a suit of armor? Multiple merchants on eBay and Etsy have bravely posted this topic. There is no way to keep your pets safe from harm if you don’t have scale mail on them, no matter where you take them. As an example, check out the 2013 eBay auction for this custom-made guinea pig armor.
Ridiculous? The individual who spent $24,300 for it doesn’t think so. When their guinea pig takes on your hamster, you’ll be laughing all the way to the bank… Dolls claiming to be haunted are being sold on eBay, Amazon, Etsy, and other websites because of the popularity of haunted doll films and entertainment. Ads for dolls often include claims of spooky events linked to the doll. This is according to Katherine Carlson of The New Yorker.

Nightmares Are Included Into The Price

At the very least, we can argue that the vendor is being upfront with us. Even though we hadn’t heard of “cacks” until 35 seconds ago, we can’t think of a better name for them. To a young person, a child’s birthday party is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that is loaded with everything they could possibly want or need: fun and frivolous games and activities for the whole partygoers, and of course, cake.
They can’t be cakes, since cakes don’t generally move of their own volition every time, we shift our gaze in their direction. Cakes, on the other hand, aren’t meant to leave permanent scars on youngsters. It’s a safe bet that these “luxury kids cacks” will!

At Least It’s Cheap

It’s an intriguing legal conundrum: while human trafficking is explicitly prohibited on eBay, is it also criminal to sell fictitious friends? The response is a resounding no for a wide range of folks. There have been several listings for imaginary companions on this site, ranging in price from $100 to $6,000. In the case of a 22-year-old Londoner, Bernard, her imagined closest buddy, was offered 99 pence (approximately $1.30).
Georgia Horrocks claimed that she took her psychiatrist’s advice and went through with it. By using Georgia’s creativity, the winning bidder will be able to get Bernard without having to pay for delivery. Childhood play often includes imaginary pals, or “imaginary companions,” which are typical and even beneficial. Doctors and parents have been debating for decades whether children’s imaginary friends are healthy or “normal” for decades.

Next To Marilyn

Marilyn Monroe is one of the few celebrities who has captivated the public’s imagination to this day. Her chest X-rays sold for a total of $45,000 back in 2010! Increasingly unnerving. Joe DiMaggio sold the vault above Marilyn to industrialist Richard Poncher after their divorce, and Poncher’s twisted dream was to be buried face down so he could see her. In 1986, he moved on.
Afterward, the plot was put up for auction in 2009 by his wife, who was in need of money. The final offer was $4.6 million, but no one paid it since the bids were all bogus. Marilyn’s corpse was taken to the next question.

Costs A Fortune, Obviously..

It Is Paperclip-shaped bookmarks are supposedly being sold by Tiffany & Co., which is notorious for selling expensive jewelry and other things for enough money to send a child to a safe school. One is available in silver for $165, while the 18-karat gold version costs a pittance at $1,500. Just for the record, you can purchase 1,000 paper clips right now on Amazon for around $8. Yes, we made sure of it.
A loupe is all you need to discern whether a piece of jeweler is made of sterling silver or not. As a side note, you may also engrave the silver one if you’d like. One can also use it as a bookmark.


The “Probably not the original one” in parenthesis is one of our favorite parts. Oh, so you’re saying that? The Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh you’re selling for $200 is a reproduction, right? Why? Simply because the Museum of Modern Art in New York City has been displaying the original since 1941? If THEIR isn’t real, then you’re selling yourself short! MoMA, you’ve been warned!
Any art aficionado will tell you that the finest way to locate one of the most significant painters ever is via Facebook marketplace. When Van Gogh painted this masterpiece, he had in his mind the vista from his sanitarium chamber window at Saint-Remy-de-Provence, France.

All Sorts Of Poop

Remember the days when you’d take dog excrement, put it in a bag, light it on fire, and then dump it at someone’s door? No? There is no denying that humanity has progressed since the 1980s, and these advancements have brought with them new and frightening technologies. In recent times, a number of websites have made it possible for anyone to order animal droppings to be sent to a friend or foe.
There are two-pound bags of dog excrement that cost $20, but elephant, gorilla, and horse dung are worth the money. Even if it’s more costly, there’s no way to quantify the value of happiness. At the same time, everyone goes to the restroom, and it takes them all about the same amount of time. A recent study on the hydrodynamics of feces found that, regardless of size, all animals with feces comparable to ours take an average of 12 seconds to expel themselves.


If your mother was a character in a horror film, you’d be savoring these eggs packed with peanut butter and jelly. We were so sick from nausea that we didn’t even realize how much this individual had given up. For the record, we believe we have the recipe worked out: half an egg white stuffed with peanut butter and jam. It doesn’t need attending a culinary school to learn.
Another oddity – why would they mention children’s birthday celebrations and weddings specifically? For what else might such a depraved invention be used? I’m not complaining, but I’m curious. When it comes to cooking, there are almost no limits to what you can come up with in the kitchen.

Is It Edible, Though?

As a first step, moving from Baltimore to Neptune Beach in Florida must have been quite an adjustment for this individual. As if by magic, he no longer had to await the arrival of the heavily armed cops guarding his exit. This hotdog-shaped sofa, on the other hand, is the subject at hand. Unless you’re willing to give him $500 to remove a sofa he doesn’t want and received for free off his hands, this vegan sad guy has strong morals.
Regardless of how you feel about hotdogs, we’re not opposed to their use in furniture. In this situation, we believe the makers went far in their efforts to ensure the product’s resemblance to the original. What if I told you that the hot dog was really made of tofu?

So Cheap!

The meaning of life isn’t likely to make the top ten most popular products for sale on eBay, but there are lots of other items that do. Guess the joke is on us since in 2000 one merchant offered just that. To the highest bidder, they said, “I’ve learned the purpose for our existence, and I’ll gladly share this knowledge.” It’s a terrific sign of confidence when the first offer is only one penny.
It took eight bids until someone offered $3.26 to win the auction. We may presume that the buyer was happy since the vendor still has a good rating. Applying lip gloss to the lips gives them a glossy shine and may also add color. It is dispersed when it is in the form of a liquid or a soft solid. Frosted, sparkling, shiny, metallic, and transparent coatings are all available in the product.

The Most Unnecessary Thing In The World

Snacks resembling relics belonging to religious leaders are now seemingly possible. Are you satisfied? It’s probably not going to happen. Is anybody going to take advantage of it? Duh. One of these Doritos had been hailed in 2005 as looking like the Pope’s miter, the moniker given to his elaborate headgear at the time. Some of the world’s 1.34 billion Catholics could be interested, after all.
Exactly what I predicted – it went for $1,209. After learning that a Cheeto-shaped Superman previously sold for $5,000, and a Cheeto-shaped Harambe sold for $99,900, it’s impressive. How much would you be prepared to pay for a single Doritos chip in your wallet? GoldenPalace.com won the Dorito auction by bidding $1,209 above the next 34 bidders.

Is M16 Aware Of This?

Occasionally, a merchant will toss in a freebie. It may be a key ring, a flashlight, or the personal information of some well-known terrorists. The year was 2005, and everything occurred just as the pitch for a lousy Kevin James comedy would imply. A bidder in the United Kingdom paid about $30 for a Nikon digital camera on eBay. How surprised they were when they inserted the memory card into their computer and discovered Al-Qaeda members’ faces and fingerprints.
It also includes top-secret information on the MI6’s computer system. Instead of forming their own criminal syndicate, the buyer contacted the police. Secret Information Service, or MI6, is a British government organization that gathers, analyses, and disperses foreign intelligence for the British government. Foreign espionage activities are also overseen by MI6.

Chucky’s Friend For Sale

In case you’ve ever thought, “Man, I wish that was ME,” while watching one of the Child’s Plays or Annabelle movies: Good and terrible. There is good news and bad news about this situation. The good news is that your wishes may now come true, even if you are just a few fries shy of a Happy Meal. Porcelain and plastic dolls are sold on eBay and Etsy as “vessels” for the souls of the dead.
You too may have a toy that can stab you in your sleep for as little as $25 to as much as hundreds of dollars. There are so many poltergeists in the universe! Dolls claiming to be haunted are being sold on eBay, Amazon, Etsy, and other websites because of the popularity of haunted doll films and entertainment. Ads for dolls often include claims of spooky events linked to the doll. This is according to Katherine Carlson of The New Yorker.


Have we got news for you if you’re a fan of huge cats and the eerie and convenient disappearances of one’s spouse? For a small fee, fans of their favorite celebrities can have their wishes read by their favorite public figures through the website Cameo.
Everything is fair game, from birthdays to bar mitzvahs to parole hearings. Carole Baskin, on the other hand, is unquestionably the best of the Cameo bunch. As long as you have $250 to spare, you may wish Tiger King’s second wife, who is said to have fed her second husband to tigers, happy birthday. There is no need for you to inquire about the spouse being fed to the tigers. She earned enough money on Cameo to frighten Joe Exotic’s hitman off her back, according to estimates. Carole Baskin’s rise to fame may be attributed to the seven-part docuseries, which brought the mystery behind their fight to the surface. She’s now making tens of thousands of dollars a month on Cameo by using her fame.

‘Money Can’t Buy Me Love’

How long have you been depressed due to your loneliness? This means that you may pretend to have a romantic partner even if you don’t. Users may now create their own actual false boyfriends using the Invisible Boyfriend/Girlfriend service. Fill up a questionnaire, and then choose their appearance. A “how we met” tale is your last choice. You can get messages from a fictitious lover for $25 that are really sent by real individuals.
Even on special occasions, such as birthdays and holidays, you may choose to have them bring you presents and flowers. Your parents and friends will no longer feel sorry for you – you’ll be the only one who does anymore! If you want to fool your colleagues or relatives into believing you’ve found a gorgeous new love interest, you’ll need an Invisible Boyfriend (or Invisible Girlfriend).

What Tha…

When professional sportsmen sign their own sneakers and other sports gear, it’s a great way to generate money. If you want a pair of Mike Tyson-signed Air Jordan’s, for example, you don’t have to be a basketball fan. As a result, sport-related things naturally include sport-related numbers. Because of this, it’s a bit perplexing to find a sneaker autographed by members of the Canadian rock band Nickelback.
People may not be willing to pay $75 for their signatures, but if they are, they don’t want them on a filthy shoe. No offense to Nickelback fans, but I doubt anybody will pay $75 for a pair of old sneakers. That would make them even more nuts than I had previously thought.

Pay And Choose

Rumpelstiltskin, the traditional fairy tale about a small imp turning straw into gold in return for a young woman’s firstborn, pales in comparison to today’s modern world. When we learn about Lavonne Drummond, we believe the Grimm brothers would have had a fit. In 2009, a 36-year-old Arkansas woman who was jobless at the time sold the right to name her upcoming seventh child. eBay, on the other hand, was not having it and immediately removed four of her listings from the marketplace.
The fifth was miraculously completed, ending up with $6,800. No one should have been surprised when the winning bidder informed Drummond he was just interested in helping her out and had no intention of naming the kid or making good on his promise. The sellers promised that if the winning bidder’s parents agreed, their name would show on the birth certificate. Derogatory or hostile suggestions would be quickly disregarded.

Flavors Of What?

Make flavors for potato chips out of items that aren’t even allowed in the United States. eBay is now selling two purses for $35. When we initially saw the bag, we assumed it was a joke. What a blunder we made. MSCHF, the firm in charge of them, was quite explicit about this in its purpose declaration.
It reads: “Sadly, I was born too late to undertake any meaningful exploration of our planet’s surface. I was born too early to do any astronomical exploration. I was born in the midst of the era of horse chips.” In addition to horse flesh and case mars (a Sardinian maggot-infested cheese), fugu is also available in a variety of tastes (a Japanese poisonous blowfish dish). Even the general public is a fan.

‘You Never Know’

Who better to embody the American Dream than someone who abandons an old, worn-out tennis ball in the rain and then tries to sell it for $50? As a Sacramento resident, you may have been able to answer that question for yourself. The question is whether or not it will mature into a mature tree. Is it going to turn into a rose? Neither of the above choices seems likely, although it’s possible that someone brave/dumb enough to look into it did so.
Rare plant growing from tennis ball MESSAGE $50 Tennis ball left in rain, growing unknown plant. Come and buy it and keep growing it. May you’ll have a tree one day or rose you never know Jeff Goldblum’s classic lines from the 1993 documentary Jurassic Park—”Life finds a way”—remind us of this. At least this plant won’t devour you, which is better than a resurrected dinosaur.

Add Some Bling

Much remains to be clarified. To begin with, this woman used her phone to take photos and then submit them to Etsy. Not to compare ourselves to Sandra Bullock on the Internet, but wouldn’t it have been simpler to snap ordinary shots and share them instead? The major point here is selling a bottle of ranch dressing adorned with Swarovski crystals for $200, so let us not be diverted from that point of view here. This image has an empty alt attribute But they’re trashy and just want them on cover a bottle of sauce rather than Swarovski crystals. Secret Valley Ranch Bottle Encrusted with Swarovski Crystals Jeffree Star and Shane Dawson’s iconic Ranch Bottle is adorned with Swarovski crystals that are 100 percent genuine.

Celebrity Snot

Celebrity memorabilia is quite popular. Pawn Stars would be dull if people didn’t bring in things like Joe Pesci’s belly button lint. ‘ Those products, on the other hand, aren’t generally carriers of infectious illnesses. Scarlett Johansson made a decision to alter all that in 2008. When she appeared on Jay Leno’s Tonight Show with a cold, he gave her a tissue. She signed it, blew her nose, and then said she would sell it for charity.
A cold Scarlett Johanssongot from her The Spirit co-star, Samuel L. Jackson, is even more important. The tissue went on eBay and sold for $5,300. Surprised, there were more than 64 bids for that piece of tissue. Snot from famous people is apparently worth a lot of money. Scarlett Johansson’s snot, in instance, is worth a lot of money when inflation is taken into account.

A Christmas Story’s Famous Leg Lamp Is Back! Or Is It?..

What’s the greatest Christmas movie ever made?? The only two options are Die Hard and A Christmas Story. To begin, let’s talk about number one. Mr. Parker’s frightening leg lamp from the contest? eBay has a copy of a comparable model for sale. Because of the missing fishnet stocking and lampshade, we say “quite similar.” We’re guessing it’s simply a bulb in the form of a human leg.
To avoid being placed on the FBI’s watch list, the Christmas Story link was presumably put in. The salesman says, “You’ll need some talent to assemble this leg into a lamp, but I’ll be here to assist you out.” That made the situation worse.

Another Haunted Thing

His grandfather’s spirit was tormenting him as a 6-year-old youngster in 2004. That is where he was, and we don’t know how or why. Grandparents’ walking canes were all that was haunting him, his mother convinced him, in a parenting achievement that would be studied for years to come as opposed to other parents, the mom saw monetary signs.
So, she sold it for $65,000, as she had promised to the boy who was selling it. Upon winning the auction, the winning bidder merely had to send a message to the grandpa stating that he was “there with you and everything is going fine.” A walking stick, commonly known as a cane, is a support or assistance item used to help people walk more comfortably or to maintain their posture while walking.

Buy It For Someone You Hate

The little town of Cape St. George was able to defy both the rules of eBay and Canada. How? By attempting to sell the carcass of a dead whale. The corpse of a 40-foot whale washes up on Cape St. George’s beach in the summer of 2014. As a result of being informed they would be responsible for disposing of it, they decided to put it up for sale on eBay. eBay pulled the plug on the auction after bidding reached $2,025 due to the company’s anti-animal sales policy.
Upon further investigation, it was discovered that the sale of an endangered species was illegal in Canada regardless of whether the animal had died. Fortunately, the tides carried the carcass back to the ocean, resolving the issue. Justin Timberlake’s half-eaten French toast was up for sale on eBay in 2000. When he was a member of, he used to come on the Z-Morning Zoo programmed (New York’s Z100) and serve breakfast. Nearly $3,000 was paid for the fork and dish he used to consume his French toast.

Timberlake’s Toast

In 2000, a Madison, Wisconsin youngster paid $1,025 for a plate of French toast that had already been eaten. Is that possible? What if we told you that Justin Timberlake once indulged in some French toast? Yeah, it’s still a little crazy. But this is a true tale. According to reports, J.T. showed up for a morning interview at New York radio station Z-100. French toast was served to him, but he was unable to eat it. In the wake of Timberlake’s departure, the DJ placed it up for sale on eBay.
After a bidding battle occurred, Kathy Summers, 19, paid $1,025 for the item. Summers said that the meal seemed “a touch on the charred side” to Timberlake, but he didn’t say why. The color of toast is readily seen in the photograph above.

A Quadruple Peanut

Many internet marketplaces include a section called “oddities,” where you’ll generally discover the most unusual items. Everyone wants a newborn Chupacabra skeleton, right? But they can’t all be the cryptids’ mortal corpses. The most fascinating thing about these curiosities is, hmm, a triple peanut? That’s about correct, I think. We’ll take it, I suppose. For certainly, this isn’t the form of a peanut you see every day. This image has an empty alt attribute
Is it really great enough to be worth $500? Unless Rick Harrison knows someone, who can answer that question, we don’t need him to bring in someone else. Peanuts may be dangerous if consumed in increasing amounts. Occasionally, these peculiarities have nothing more to offer than a glimmer of hope.

Britney’s Chewing Gum

Celebrity memorabilia is quite popular. The sole reason to visit a Hard Rock Cafe is for the music. As a result, although collecting celebrity memorabilia is as ancient as the hills, certain celebrities seem to have a— special following. For example, take Britney Spears. This is going to shock her when she’s eventually released from her conservatorship. Britney Spears’ chewing gum was posted on eBay in 2004 by a fan who claimed it belonged to her.
God help us, the winning offer was $14,000. Half-eaten egg sandwiches sold for $520 and a used pregnancy test from her hotel toilet sold for $5,000. As she added, “Your devotion and commitment are amazing, but right now all I need is a little solitude to cope with all the harsh things that life has thrown at me.”

A Facebook Profile

In 2018, you may remember the Cambridge Analytica controversy as that thing you ignored because you were too busy playing Candy Crush to care. In any event, Oli Frost has his eyes on the prize! After realizing that everyone else was profiting from his personal information, the Londoner decided to put his complete Facebook history up for auction. Every post and remark he made, as well as every picture and video he ever shared, were included in the database.
Additionally, there was information on how many happy birthdays he received each year. After 44 bids reached the equivalent of $400, eBay canceled the auction. However, because Facebook blocked access to users’ phone numbers more than a year ago, phone numbers are no longer available.