Our latest list: 25 strangest things you can buy online is jam-packed with absolutely interesting items. While most of us have done our fair share of shopping online, how many times have you bought a military tank over the internet? Or how about an imaginary friend? Well, if you haven’t then get ready to read about them.
If you ever find yourself in need of a real human skull, then Skulls Unlimited is your source for all things dead.
Mortar Investments, a company based out of Prague, allows you to buy basically any vehicle that comes with treads and a gun.
Get your very own haunted rubber ducky! Sold on eBay, it supposedly has the power to possess children. However, there is no guarantees that it works, and no instructions!
Loaded with everything you'll need, this zombie survival kit will come in handy when the world is overtaken by the living dead.
The owl vomit kit is the perfect science project for kids interested in biology. Specially, the biology of bird puke.
Ever dream of walking around with a dead mouse in your hair? Well then head on over to Etsy and order yourself a severed mouse heads hairpin set!
For only $87 dollars, you can buy this advanced UFO Detector! It's honestly the best money you'll waste today!
As cool as having your own radioactive substance would be, we’re pretty sure its the fastest way to end up on the FBI’s watch list. However, if you want to be a rebel, Uranium is for sale somewhere...
Although the item was taken down due to laws against selling organs online, a man’s liver managed to reach a bid of over $5 million dollars prior to being shutdown.
In March of 2000 after 'N Sync had breakfast on a morning TV program, someone ended up taking home Justin’s half eaten toast and selling it for $1,025.
Supposedly, wolf urine allows you to scare off unwanted critters by tricking them into thinking that predators are lurking nearby.
In 2005 after Melissa Heuschkel didn’t know what to call her fourth child she decided to sell the naming rights online. They were quickly bought by the online casino GoldenPalace.com for $15,000 who subsequently named the child (surprise!) Golden Palace Heuschkel.
If you’re rich enough and you like being alone in the middle of the ocean then Vladi Private Islands has just the thing for you.
In 2017, a Cheeto resembling the slain gorilla, Harambe, was put up for sale on eBay. It quickly went viral and sold for $100,000.
An imaginary friend. Strangely enough, the image you see is an actual picture provided by the seller of her imaginary friend known as Bernard. It might sound crazy, but the invisible companion sold for nearly $3,000.
Well, not the whole moon, but one acre in the Sea of Tranquility can be bought for $32 through the New York-based Lunar Registry.
Although it may have some redeemable use as an exercise motivator, there is no way that 5 pounds of artificial fat wouldn’t make this list.
Featuring everything from Cabbage Patch Kids to Elsa from Frozen, miniature wigs let parents everywhere get a good laugh at the expense of their infant children.
When we say drive through kit we’re not joking. The kit from Brevita Cooperative Association actually includes a physical drive through unit for you to kick start your business.
The USB pet rock. All you have to do is plug the cable into the rock, sit back, and watch it do nothing.
For all those times you wish your banana had just a little more protection, we introduce to you the most efficient banana defense mechanism known to man…the Banana Guard.
A serial killer’s fingernails. It's true. Roy Norris, a famous serial killer, had his fingernail shavings sold on the internet for $10 a pop.
The Millionaires Concierge lets you “rent” celebrities for private events. Prices range anywhere from $25,000 per day to $350,000 dollars per hour.
For $20,000 you can buy your child a commercial battle mech from a Japanese company called Sakakibara-Kikai. Who doesn't want a giant robot mechanic?
Urine Powered Batteries, they're real. Leave it to the Japanese to invent something like this.
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