The Absolute Weirdest Junk You Can Buy On Amazon

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July 27, 2022

Because Amazon relies almost entirely on third-party sellers, it’s full of weird junk. We usually try to avoid these Amazon oddities, but today, we’re sharing them with the world. And I’m not lying—this is some strange stuff.

If you’ve ever wanted to see a smart rat trap or a card game about butts, check our top story. There’s plenty of weirdness to look at.

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