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Weirdest Things You Can Buy on Amazon

By , August 10th, 2017 | No Comments


weirdest things you can buy on amazon
When Jeff Bezos first launched Amazon back in 1995, it began as a website that only sold books online. However, the entrepreneur knew from the start that he wanted the site to be a platform where you could buy practically anything. His vision came true, and today, the company is worth almost twice as much as Walmart. I wonder, though, if Bezos ever anticipated the various types of merchandise individuals would want to sell through his site. Although you can purchase anything from clothes to camping gear, you’ll also find some pretty bizarre products available to be shipped to your home overnight if you wish. So, what are some of the weirdest things you can buy on Amazon? I did some digging, and here’s what I found:

Weirdest Things You Can Buy on Amazon

A Reindeer Candy Pooper Dispenser 

reindeer pooper scooper candy dispenser

Source: Amazon

Yes, you read that correctly. According to the product description, it “dispenses piles of yummy cola-flavored candies.” Dispenses is a good word for it.

It can be yours for just $22.99 plus sh*tting…I mean shipping. Shipping.

Giant Microbes Salmonella Typhimurium Plush Toy

 

Giant Microbes Salmonella Typhimurium Plush Toy

Source: Amazon

Just in case you were tired of your teddy bear, you can snuggle with Salmonella instead at the low cost of $9.58.

Thumbs Up! Glow in the Dark Toilet Paper

 

Glow in the dark toilet paper

Source: Amazon

Because who wouldn’t want to rely on glow-in-the-dark toilet paper instead of turning on a light? Actually, come to think of it, this just might come in handy while camping. Price: $9.92

Poo-Pourri Before-You-Go Toilet Spray

 

Poo-Pourri Before-You-Go Toilet Spray

Source: Amazon

Speaking of toilets, the $14.19 you’d spend on this Poo-Pourri toilet spray will certainly not be a waste. You’ll not only be appreciated much more by your friends, but you’ll certainly be invited back for the next dinner party too.

Nose Shower Gel Dispenser

 

Nose Shower Gel Dispenser

Source: Amazon

This product may have received a one-star review, but we’re giving it a five-star for our list of weirdest things you can buy on Amazon. By the way, the company who made this shower tool is called “Monkey Butt.” Enough said. Price: $19.99

Smiling Asian Boy Wall Decal

 

Smiling Asian Boy Wall Decal

Source: Amazon

This one left us pretty speechless, but at $7.98, I guess the price is right? Can I opt for door number two instead? Also, I would consider that more of a smirk than a “smile.”

A Custom Nicholas Cage Pillowcase

 

custom nicholas cage pillow case

Source: Amazon

What?! Custom?! Not to mention, this bad boy is apparently baby wool fabric, which does not easily generate static electricity. Let the cuddling begin! Price: $5.50

iscream Chocoholic Chocolate Scented Pillow

 

iscream Chocoholic Chocolate Scented Pillow

Source: Amazon

Warning: This pillow is not edible, although it does look good enough to eat. (Also, I won’t judge you for trying to eat it, promise.) And for just $29.79, you can now dream of sugar plums all year long with this beaut.

Keyboard Waffle Iron

 

Keyboard waffle iron

Source: Amazon

I’m not quite sure why you would need a keyboard shaped waffle, but I’m willing to shift my thoughts for this five-minute waffle maker. Plus, some of the gourmet recipe images they share look out of CTRL. Price: $69.99

 Have you come across any weird Amazon products? Share them with us in the comments below. (Seriously, please do.)

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