15 Images Of Marketplace Mayhem, From Used Walmart Bags To A Broken Ankle Monitor
When it comes to online shopping, most people do the usual thing of going to a major retailer, like Amazon, and picking out a new bike that will get sent to their house via a cruel and complicated supply chain built upon underpaid workers in large warehouses. After it arrives at your house, it still needs to be assembled, assuming their no defects involved. If these things seem too difficult, there's always the secondhand market.
Where that used to involve going to a pawn or swap shop, or even Goodwill, that's all changed with Facebook and Craigslist taking the charge in allowing people to sell anything with a simple picture and a short description. When we say anything, we mean ANYTHING, as you'll see with these absolutely out-of-left-field and insane examples of marketplace mayhem.
I'm not surprised that this is something that you can buy from someone else. I'm more surprised that they managed to take it off and list it without their parole officer immediately spawning at their front door.
Half A Casket
There are so many questions involved with this one, but the saving grace is that it doesn't have any dirt on it.
How much could you get per pound for recycling the bags though? There might be an untapped market here.
At least they're honest, they know full well this is a weird item. It makes sense that they would want to preserve the whitest pair of British Teeth in existence.
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