The Prime Day festivities have finally worn me out for trawl fishing for the weirdest things I can find, just because I have something relevant about being too sarcastic. Not all of them are what we would necessarily classify as “weird,” some are just absolute rubbish.
Hilariously there is a couple that would be forced to buy me, even if only for the meme. But be warned: we are not responsible for the quality of the products you receive, in case you waste your money on any of these trinkets.
However, there is something on the list below that is quite humiliating. From the useless and false economic to the downright insipid, it's a kind of legacy of the fool. We’ve been here this day to witness e-commerce crimes, and there have been as many this year as any other Prime Day.
Elf Headphones | Ergonomic Suau |
$ 13.99 $ 11.19 on Amazon (save $ 2.80)
Possibly the most made headphones ever, you can get these elf-themed items for just $ 11, though you can buy some of the same questionable quality for $ 4.99 elsewhere. They apparently have a “full-range inspiring sound” and while I’m not convinced by that price, they could make a fun gift for your elf relatives.See offer
Helth Meme Man Doctor Outdoor Mask | Activated carbon Replaceable filter
$ 7.50 $ 4.99 on Amazon (save $ 2.51)
I love a healthy meme, but it's the most important comment this one has ever made: five stars. "In fact, I ordered this as a joke to my wife. Especially to be able to say it and make her a little crazy. Which worked, but what made it so hard to stop joking is how comfortable it is. "It's a mask. In short, I have a very comfortable mask that I can't wear for a long time because I successfully annoyed my wife." Is it worth buying just for that? May be.See offer
Artistic printing of colorful video games Colorit | FOR GAMERS |
$ 12.99 $ 10.39 on Amazon (save $ 2.60)
Apparently, these inspirational dating posters are "Perfect for Kids' Bedrooms." Don’t they capture us so well? I mean, that’s how we totally sound like players, right? I’m afraid they fall into the category of themed teams for gamers presumably designed for those who have never played a keyboard other than to check an email to an old friend.See offer