“Weirdest things on the Internet?” When I was about ten years old, my family got internet for the first time. I remember being shocked by how it worked, particularly when my father said “Just wait: 20 years from now, you’ll be able to buy your groceries on the internet.”
I thought it sounded absurd at the time, but as we all know, we can now do our grocery shopping on the internet..and much, much more. Certainly, it’s gotten to the moment where online shopping isn’t just for clothing and goods: It can be a place to buy all things weird, offensive, and horrifying.
Below are some of the weirdest things on the internet you can buy.
Particularly if you want to send a message to an enemy. Check out the list and start plotting.
#1. A New Zealand woman claimed that she had captured two ghosts haunting her home. Sure thing, she then went on to seal them in holy water and vend them on the Internet. They sold for $1,300.
#2. For the low price of $9.99, you can send an envelope of glitter to your opponents. Think about it: Glitter is the most annoying thing in the world, and therefore the perfect idea for some harmless revenge.
#3. With the BarEye app, you can purchase someone a drink on your smartphone and it will arrive a their table..even if you’re not at the same restaurant or bar that they are.
#4. If you get a BitGold account, you can send gold to anyone in the world. And bear in mind: Gold isn’t affected by currency exchange rates.
#5. For just under $10, you can send someone a personalized Hogwarts acceptance letter. This is impeccable for the Harry Potter fans in your life (and it would be cool to have one for yourself, too).