Stuff You Never Thought You Can Purchase Online
A lot of us may have done some fair share of online shopping and some of us just can’t get enough of it. But do you know that you can purchase bizarre treasures over the Internet?
Indeed, business-minded eccentrics have succeeded finding their way into the Information Superhighway. And here are 4 interesting items they’ve put up for grabs to any interested lads and lasses:
Remember that same element that turned Hiroshima and Nagasaki into radioactive ruins in the 1940′s and onwards? Apparently, Amazon.com has it in store for you. If you are wondering if it’s legal, well… the product description tells the readers that it is safe enough to use for scientific and educational purposes. Nevertheless, an astounding number of customers have shared their experiences in the product page after purchasing uranium ore. Let’s get one-liners from a bunch of happy customers:
“Finally, I found a perfect way to kill those pesky bugs!”
“Thanks Amazon.com. The weather is nice here in Guantanamo.”
“I am now blessed with a glowing complexion and tresses.”
The Japanese really have a nasty way of inventing things an average scientist wouldn’t even dream of making. Evidence? The NoPoPo Eco Water-powered batteries. It’s rechargeable and can be powered by any water-containing liquid—urine included. So, if you’re heading to Sahara or any desert area, you know what to bring. It’s not actually a battery per se because inside of it is a small electric generator boasting a shelf life of a mere 20 years. And typically, 1 battery can give out 1.5 volts. Amazing, eh?
USB Pet Rock
Lo and behold: the retro pet rock has now evolved into a lovely albeit useless USB-powered (wait, what?) rock. We know how sensational it was before—they even created instructional manuals on how to care for this not-so-active pet! The good thing is there’s really no need to worry about buying pet food or going to the vet with this one. Indeed, it’s low maintenance. All you need to take care is it’s little shelter (the box). And yes, they make you smile—at least that’s what some owners tell us.
The JL421 Badonkadonk
Looks like we have something patterned from Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. The JL421 Badonkadonk, otherwise known as The Donk, has graced the streets of Nevada and all parts of the world since 2002. And mind you, it’s not just an ordinary battleship. Though its armor-ish exterior looks rugged with the rusty patina and steel feel, the interiors are way too cozy. Upholstered and carpeted, the inside of the uncanny vehicle boasts a 400-watt premium sound system so you can party like Ke$ha and treat yourself like a boss. Who needs a flashy limo when you get a superior mini tank that could accommodate five or more people? The bummer though is that The Donk isn’t licensed for public roads. Too bad.