There are a lot of really disturbing dolls out there. Some of them are too lifelike, some of them aren’t lifelike enough. This lad falls squarely into the too-lifelike category. Things are mostly okay once we get to the neck, but then it all goes bad.
The lips are too pink, the hair looks to be made of actual human hair, and then there are, of course, the eyes. They shine bright blue, like the sea in the sunshine, but there is no comfort there. They stare into your soul until you have no chance but to follow the doll’s every whim.
Exactly Three Dollars of Entertainment
There are lots of really bad games out there. Not everything someone comes up with is a Seven Wonders, Settlers of Catan, or Love Letter. For instance, this game might ask you to catch little fabric poo emojis on your head using Velcro.
That's exactly what's going on here, and three dollars seems to be the perfect amount of money for what the game will offer. Maybe your kids will like it? It could make a good gag gift. And hey, it's available on Amazon, in case you want to spend twenty dollars on it.
He Could Be Inside Any of Us
Cutting right to the chase, the picture of the “man” on this shirt is an edited image of Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook. You might have dreamed about him, but that's because he's a real person. The shirt is an edited version of a hoax about people dreaming of a “man” that doesn't exist – even though people did actually start to dream of him. Almost certainly because they had seen the image.
We think we might be able to figure out why someone wanted to get rid of this shirt. Even based on a real person, that face is creepy.
Time to Ride
This little trinket is listed as a “hungry horse,” and we guess that's one possible interpretation. Another option is that the person carving it had a stroke while at work, and nobody noticed that everything had gotten messed up.
Sure, there are a lot of far worse options available at thrift or antique stores, but this one still raises some questions. Why are the teeth so big? Why are the lips red? Why doesn't the horse have what you would call traditional eyes? Why is the head so big, and the neck so terribly long and skinny? Questions for a braver soul.
For the Ultimate Collector
There was a time when MC Hammer was the biggest recording artist of all time, but that time was short. Now he's remembered for being untouchable and for losing all his money in a really short time.
To think that there's some store out there that believes a buyer would shell out seventy dollars for this piece of memorabilia is nothing short of audacity. The thing wasn't worth that much when it was first being sold. It certainly isn't worth that much now. You could probably get the real MC Hammer to perform for you with that much money.