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Goofy face socks and Mario magnets: Weird Amazon products week of 5/1/23

Let’s have a little fun with Weird Amazon products, shall we? This past week of May 1, 2023 featured Mario magnets for your fridge, goofy face socks for your feet, a Bob Ross bobblehead for your desk, and more.

Weird amazon products week of 5/1/23

Our first week of May has gone away — but, it brought us a full week of new weird things on Amazon! The Mashup Mom Facebook page features one new weird, cute, whimsical, or just plain strange Amazon product every morning (at 7:42 AM, to be perfectly precise). Each Sunday, we round up the week of weirdness here.

What are you liking out of the strange Amazon items this week?

Weird things on Amazon in May 2023

Bring some color & whimsy into your life (and kitchen), with this lovely parrot corkscrew / wine bottle opener!

Well, this handmade vintage style leather clock is kind of different, isn’t it? Feels very fifties to me, somehow.

Kids enjoying the new Mario movie? Maybe they’d also appreciate… Mario magnets for your fridge!

Ever been in need of little goofy faces on the back of your low-cut socks, just peeking over the backs of your shoes? Well, you’re in luck!

What a practical and thoughtful gift for pet parents: A “Because the Dog Farted” lavender scented soy candle!

If you have a cat lover in your life with a birthday coming up, get them an appropriate card to mark the occasion. “Is this your birthday cake? … Nope.”

If you’re a cat person, don’t miss the ongoing adventures of The Notorious Bad Kitty Lucy and friends!

A Bob Ross bobblehead with sound — Apparently it plays 10 different sayings and includes a mini easel book of his landscapes, no less.

More weird Amazon products here next week

Come back next week for a brand new roundup of weird Amazon stuff! Or, head over to Facebook every morning to check out another fun find to start your day out with a smile. (Of course, you’ll also find much, much more over there — I’d love for you to come join in conversation with us.)

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