For two entire decades, eBay has helped us sell off undesirable items without having to clumsily ask that friend who offered it to you for a receipt. We’ve had the capacity to offer on garments that we neglected to return before the finish of the 28-day exchange period and purchase every other person rejected things despite the fact that we most likely have no use for them either. The perks of internet shopping. Here is a list of five of the strangest things ever sold on eBay.
Justin Timberlake’s half-eaten French toast
A superfan purchased JT’s remaining French toast for $1,025 in 2000. You might have seen a number of celebrity fans Yet, there are people who adhere to a meaningful boundary of big-celebrity fan and not buying a remaining French toast.
A cornflake formed like the state of Illinois
Truly, a cornflake. Two sisters figured out how to offer it for $1,350 in 2008 to a person who was beginning a gathering of ‘popular culture and Americana things’. The real question is how did they notice the shape of the cornflake?
Princess Beatrice’s giant pretzel
It wasn’t a real pretzel, however, unfortunately, it’s simply that giant pretzel-looking/ bow looking thing she wore as a cap to Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding a couple of years prior. It sold for an incredible £81,100, which was given to Unicef and the Children in Crisis charity.
A lucky grilled cheddar sandwich
This sandwich had the picture of the Virgin Mary on it. The person kept hold of it for a long time before offering it for £18,000, and it never at any point went bad or covered with mold, which is truly very great.
Air. From a Kanye show
Somebody volunteered to pack themselves some air, yes real air, while they were at a Kanye West ‘Yeezus’ show. They initially tried to offer it on eBay for $5 yet for reasons unknown, it got truly prominent and the offering flew up to $65,000. That is some costly air.