Good evening, and welcome to our latest roundup of weird Amazon products! How about the WORST alphabet book ever, a taco cat dress, or pancake socks in a box this week.
Oh looook, it’s another roundup of strange, fun, funny, or just plain cute Amazon products! Find one new whimsical whatsit over on the Mashup Mom Facebook page every morning. We then do a recap roundup here every Sunday, so here are all your fun finds from the week of 2/6/23.
What most amuses you out of this latest week of Amaz-odd?
Weird Amazon products, week of 2/6/23
Who’s hungry? Let’s breakfast on this adorable stack of pancake socks in a box!
This one brings a whole new meaning to the term “gag gift” — 3D belly fanny pack, anyone? You really can find everything on Amazon…
Are you a Little Mermaid fan, or maybe you’re just looking for something unique… Well then, how about walking around with this crab shaped purse?
I guess that you can publish a book about just about anything, too. Case in point: this one, which, well: This Book Is Literally Just Pictures of Animals Silently Judging You. Truth in advertising!
There’s a book for everyone, actually: Confuse your children (or yourself) with P is for Pterodactyl: The Worst Alphabet Book Ever. C is for czar, G is for gnocchi, and enjoy all other the lovely detours into English language spelling and pronunciation that don’t always make sense.
It’s a taco cat dress! Wouldn’t this simply be beautiful on everyone, on Caturday or any other day…
Be sure also to follow the ongoing adventures of The Notorious Bad Kitty Lucy and friends, if you are a cat person. 🙂
Not a dress person? Well, how about a shirt, then. This is advertised as a golf polo with hot dogs all over it — but really, doesn’t it seem appropriate for so many other occasions as well?
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 — and, of course, you’ll find much, much more over there.
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