The Eight Weirdest Things You Can Buy Online

Published December 6, 2011
Updated February 12, 2018

The Weirdest Things Online: A Friend – Amazon

Amazon Grow A Friend Weirdest Things

For only a $1.28, you can now grow your own boyfriend, girlfriend or even gay best friend. All you have to do is douse the miniature doll in water, after which it expands by 600%. As an added bonus (or if you live in Russia), the dolls can also be doused with alcohol for the same effect.

Price: $1.28 for girlfriend and gay best friends, $1.99 for boyfriend

JL421 Badonkadonk Land Cruiser/Tank – Amazon

Buy A Tank Online From Amazon

Have you ever wanted to cruise around your local streets on a gigantic metal tank? Now you can, courtesy of the good folks at Amazon. The JL421 Badonkadonk is equipped with a full public announcement system, in case you have some important messages to convey to the general public, and can reach up to 40 miles per hour. Plus, who doesn’t need a battle tank in their garage?

JL421 Badonkadonk Land Cruiser Tank Picture

Price: $20,000 (though currently unavailable)

A Soul – Demonical

Buy A Soul Online

Ever wondered what it would be like to live in someone else’s shoes? At the soul marketplace, you don’t have to. Similar to eBay, souls of famous and non-famous people are available for bidding and outright purchase. When we last checked, Bill Gates’ soul was up for grabs with a top bid of $896 or outright $1300.

Herbeau Wooden Toilet Throne – Faucet Direct

Toilet Throne Weirdest Things Online

Combining old world charm with new age convenience, you can pick up this wooden toilet throne and feel like a king in your own bathroom. The throne is made of solid ash with an antique stain finish, plays music when the lid is raised and bells ring after you flush it. Oh, and its equipped with a candleholder and an ashtray.

Price: $10,592.25

3B Scientific: Testicle Self Exam Form – Amazon

Amazon Testicle Examination

Without an official description, we’re not entirely sure what this is for. Though as the title suggests, and from the seller’s other pages, we can safely assume it’s an item for medical types. We thoroughly enjoyed the customer review that claimed his wife bought him one for their anniversary and holds the other one in a jar.

Price: $114

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