There’s An Online Community That Makes Fun Of People Trying To Sell Mirrors

This Reddit community is so far our favorite online discovery of 2019. Who would have thought that looking at people who’re trying to sell mirrors is so much fun? Continue reading »

When Apple Was Selling Clothes In 1986

Back in 1986, long before the release of the iPhone and other Macbook, the famous brand Apple decided to launch their own clothing line with The Apple Collection, offering t-shirts, polo shirts or caps with the Apple logo, but also designs straight out the kitsch atmosphere of the 80s! Continue reading »

Former Porn Star Sasha Grey Is Selling Official Merchandise For A Good Cause

Adult film star turned music DJ and author Sasha Grey has released a limited edition range of merchandise for her fans. Continue reading »

Nordstrom Is Selling Jeans Caked In Fake Dirt For Hundreds Of Dollars

Nordstrom is selling “mud-stained” jeans to the tune of $425. They’re called the “Barracuda Straight Leg Jeans” and come with some sort of fake mud substance caked all over them. (It’s not clear what that substance is.) The knees, pockets and crotch of the jeans appear bear most of the faux brown muck. Continue reading »

Women Selling Booze: The Ladies Of Vintage Alcohol Advertising

Allow me to boil down the entire marketing strategy for nearly every alcoholic beverage company in the 1960s-1980s: Babes Sell Booze. Whether it was beer or tequila, the selling tactic of choice was almost always this: have a hot model in the advertisement – end of story. This sex-sells strategy continues to this day, but there was something special about the simplicity of the approach and the sheer number of times it was used in decades past that makes these old advertisements so wonderfully interesting to look at today. Continue reading »

Can You Count How Many Seals There Are Selling Seashells By The Seashore?

These aerial photographs show how an army of seals and cormorants have taken over a sand bank off the coast of Great Yarmouth. The pictures were taken by aerial photographer Mike Page over Scroby Sands and he estimated there were at least 2,000 seals and 1,500 cormorants. Continue reading »

Meet The Artist Selling Real Carved Human Skulls

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Artist Zane Wylie has purchased dozens of human skulls. He carves the bones with intricate designs and sells them on his website for thousands of dollars. But the art of bone carving is complex: It’s both technically difficult, and it’s increasingly tough to find legally obtained skulls for purchase, as major online retailer eBay prohibited the sale of human remains this year. Continue reading »

ASOS Are Selling ‘Body Bows’ And People Are Very Confused

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If you consider yourself semi-experimental in the lingerie department then get ready to feel like a total rookie when you see one of the newest designs ASOS is offering. Garters and nipple tassles ain’t got nothing on this one. BlueBella’s ‘Unwrap Me Body Bow’ sounds kinky but just wait until you see the pics… Continue reading »

The Catshmallows – Japan’s Felissimo Are Selling Marshmallows That Look Like Cats

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If you love cats so much, you wish everything you ate looked like them, you’re in luck (and also, maybe calm down a bit?). Continue reading »

Latest Fight Over Guns in US is Selling of “Unfinished Receivers”


Dimitri Karras, CEO of Ares Armor, displays a lower receiver for an AR-15 Assault Rifle at Ares Armor in Oceanside, CA on Thursday, May 8, 2014. It is legal in California to build an AR-15 rifle that has no serial number if the base meets ATF specifications. Karras’ problems stem from selling an AR-15 lower receiver which does not meet current guidelines. Ares Armor makes the gun part out of plastic instead of the ATF mandated metal. The semi-automatic rifle reportedly contains markings which alert the gun owner where to drill. (Photo by Sandy Huffaker for The Washington Post)
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Cuba Set to Legalize Buying and Selling of Homes

When Cuba legalizes the purchase and sale of property by the end of the year, many citizens expect a cascade of changes: higher prices, mass relocation, property taxes and a flood of money from Cubans abroad. Havana — Havana Vieja is shown here — may be especially affected. (The New York Times) Continue reading »