Have you ever wanted to buy a nativity scene that's badly carved into a potato? Or a jug of cat's milk? Let's be realistic, you probably didn't even know these things exist. But in case you did, we know exactly where to find them - the internet marketplace. There's just something peculiar about people selling things on the internet and our best bet is that some of them are a little bit delusional. To no one's surprise, there are 162k people on a subreddit called r/delusionalcraiglist who wholeheartedly agree as they probably have seen it all already.
In this popular subreddit, people share their worst encounters with sellers who wanted to make a quick buck so bad that they probably sold their better judgment to the highest bidder, too. From awkwardly shaped Cheetos to extremely rare air, everything could be yours for a ridiculously high price. Intrigued? Scroll below for the whole list of completely delusional internet marketplace adds!
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My Wife Was Very Excited To Find Something To Share...
I Honestly Had No Idea How To Respond. Nearly 9 Months Later And They're Still For Sale (No Surprise)
Crocodeal Or No Deal
What A Steal. Oh Wait...
For Those That Are Already Planning Christmas Decorations...the Price Is Actually Pretty Fair!
Let's Sell This Dress For More Than I Paid, Or Better Yet Rent It For That Price!
Might Not Be Delusional, He Might Know Exactly What He’s Doing
These Oreos You Can Get At The Drugstore For $5
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