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Updated on June 14, 2012

Weird things For Sale on Ebay !

Are you thinking of selling some items yet think no one will want them ? Then think again as  Ebay has become very popular for making money via selling & you can buy almost anything no matter how weird or strange on ebay these days & you can save a lot of money as well .

However some are really coming up with unusual things for sale like

the plucky parents who tried to sell a pretend monster that was in someone's child's wardrobe so the little one would be able to sleep at night !

Someone picked up a piece of gum chewed by Britney Spears and sold it on eBay for $263 for it - free money - almost !

Britney's half-eaten egg and salad sandwich fetched $500 ! Not bad aye , bet it stunk after a while tho!

That’s right, folks. For $3.26 it’s all yours. The answers to everything you could ever ask. But if you live outside of the U.S., that’s just too bad because the seller would only ship within the U.S. The exact nature of this item was not given and the only picture was the rainbow.



 

strange things sold on ebay

You missed your chance to own a US Navy F/A-18A Hornet jet fighter after it sold for more than $1 million. It was, unfortunately, in pieces and so unusable, but they offered to put it back together and make it ready to fly for the low, low price of j
You missed your chance to own a US Navy F/A-18A Hornet jet fighter after it sold for more than $1 million. It was, unfortunately, in pieces and so unusable, but they offered to put it back together and make it ready to fly for the low, low price of j

Funny sights !

Nothing strange about selling a wedding dress, you might think but one bloke was selling his ex-wife's dress and modelled it for the picture. It sold for $3,850.
Nothing strange about selling a wedding dress, you might think but one bloke was selling his ex-wife's dress and modelled it for the picture. It sold for $3,850.

Strange but true !

Someone tried to sell the Internet for $1 million.

A man from Florida put his liver up for sale on eBay. The bid went as high as $5.7 million before eBay pulled it from its site, stating it was illegal to sell body parts.

A girl once sold her toenail clippings on eBay, one clipping from each toe. She got a $1 for the set – a low price for the years of joy they no doubt provided to the buyer.

Yes, a ghost. In a jar. Well, why not? The ghost was, apparently, ‘terrorising’ the man who owned it, and so he decided to capture it and sell it on eBay to someone who might be able to give it a better home.

More Strange Items sold on ebay

 

Someone once sold 'nothing' and it was purchased for 99 cents.   Rusty nail(which sold for £50) and water from the floods,i mean seriously   Once somebody sold their mother on Ebay. There were many bids but she was eventually sold for over £300!
A Coventry University student got £1.20 for a single cornflake.
 A man from Brisbane, Australia attempted to sell New Zealand at a starting price of $.01AUD. The price had risen to $3,000 before eBay closed the auction.
 One of the tunnel boring machines involved in the construction of the Channel Tunnel was auctioned on eBay in 2004.
 A man from Arizona sold an air guitar on eBay for $5.50.
 A group of four men from Australia auctioned themselves to spend the weekend with the promise of "beers, snags, good conversation and a hell of a lot of laughs" for AU$1,300

A Name

Melissa Heuschkel couldn't decide what to name her fourth child so she auctioned his name to the Golden Palace Casino for $15,500. The baby was named Golden Palace Benedetto in 2005.

I wonder what the child thought of his name when he got older ?

The Golden Palace Casino also paid $15,000 for the right to tattoo Kari Smith's forehead with its website address. She said she'd use the money to send her child to private school.
The Golden Palace Casino also paid $15,000 for the right to tattoo Kari Smith's forehead with its website address. She said she'd use the money to send her child to private school.
Golden Palace casino was at it again when it paid $1,209 to win an auction for a Doritos cheese pope hat in 2005.
Golden Palace casino was at it again when it paid $1,209 to win an auction for a Doritos cheese pope hat in 2005.
A seller offered a grilled cheese sandwich upon which the Virgin Mary had appeared to her  and the strange thing is, she genuinely seemed to believe it. This item, unbelievably, sold for $28,000. Some people just have too much money to waste, dont th
A seller offered a grilled cheese sandwich upon which the Virgin Mary had appeared to her and the strange thing is, she genuinely seemed to believe it. This item, unbelievably, sold for $28,000. Some people just have too much money to waste, dont th

Expensive Item sold on ebay

The actual window and frame from which Lee Harvey Oswald shot and killed our 35th president, John F. Kennedy. 188 bids were placed and the winning bidder paid $3,001,501.00 on February 16th 2007 and gained what is most likely the most valuable window in the world.


Making money on Ebay

If your wanting to make money on ebay why not have a look through your house to see what unusual items you might have that you could sell .

You can sell almost any thing that you have at home

Books

Jewellery

Kitchenware

Art

Toys

Fishing gear

cars

Clothes etc

Make sure you take good photos of the items for sale as well as writing up a good description for a better sale.

L a d y f a c e 2 months ago

LOL I love this article. A ghost in a jar?? A make-believe monster from a child's closet?? Super sweet as that is... lol. This was funny. Thanks :)

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Sarah Masson 2 months ago

haha funny stuff!!

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lookatmenow 2 months ago

lol! a girls virginity was on ebay once..she got in trouble though

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mtsi1098 2 months ago

gives a whole new meaning to internet sales :)

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