Online shopping is something usual nowadays. It’s easier, simpler and is also for lazy people. But some products sold online are not your usual “cup of tea”. Wondered what are the weirdest things ever sold online? We gathered 12 of them. Here is the list:
1. Used gum
A used chewing-gum was sold in 2004 for $14 000. The catch? It belonged to Britney Spears. Thank God this dude wasn’t there when she went to the bathroom.
2. One’s belly button fluff
One guy tried to exchange his impressive collection of 22 grams of belly button fluff for a sport car. He found no one keen to do the exchange, so he sold his collection to a museum.
3. Forehead as an advertising space
Guess who couldn’t resist the chance of advertising on a woman’s forehead for $10 000? You got it, it’s Golden Palace Casino.
4. Own life, including family and friends
Ever got tired of your friends and family and wished you’ve never see them again? Then, this guy is your hero. Ian Usher sold his life on eBay in 2008 for $300 000.
5. The window from which JFK got shot
Wondered how much does history cost? In this case, $3 million. Because now you can brag in front of your rich friends that you have the piece of glass from which JFK got shot.
There is more than one case of a girl selling her virginity online, so you can also have a chance to bid now. But popping that cherry can get really expensive…
7. Own soul
“Your soul is mine” hoped a man to hear when he put his soul on sale for $1 million in 2007. Better someone else than the Devil, I guess.
8. A cheating husband’s used condom and his lover’s knickers
An Australian woman found that her husband was cheating on, so she thought of a revenge plan. She put online for sale her husband’s empty condom wrapper “size small” found in her bed and his lover’s pair of lacy black knickers.
9. The right to name future baby
In 2005, an American family in need of money with a newborn on the way, sold the right to name future baby for $15 000. His name now? Golden Palace Benedetto, Goldie for close friends.
10. Kangaroo Scrotum Key ring
We’re not superstitious, but we’ve heard of rabbit leg as a key ring for good luck. But a kangaroo scrotum key ring? Well, that’s rare and bizarre. And was for only $39,99.
11. A 10-year-old Virgin Mary grilled cheese
We’re pretty sure that McDonald’s had something to do with this sandwich because, after 10 years, it hasn’t mold and looks the same as it did on day one. Sold for $28 000, it is the most damn expensive grilled cheese ever.
12. A Civil War soldier’s infected, severed foot
We’re still wondering who, just who in their right mind would buy such a thing? We don’t have any information if someone bought the “object”, but they would have got it cheap, only $39,99.