I’m a weirdo and these are my favorite crappy Prime Day deals
The Prime Day festivities eventually wore me out looking for the strangest things I could find, just so I had something relevant to be too sarcastic about. Not all of these are what we would necessarily call “weird” – some are just rubbish.
Hilariously, there are a few that I would be likely to buy myself, if only for the meme. But a word of warning: we take no responsibility for the quality of the products you receive, if you are wasting your hard earned money on any of these trinkets.
There is something in the following list that is quite demeaning, however. From the useless and the economic false to the downright insipid, it is a sort of crazy heritage. We were here that day to witness e-commerce crimes, and there have been as many this year as any other Prime Day.
Elfe Headphones | Ergonomic | Sweet |
$ 13.99 $ 11.19 on Amazon (save $ 2.80)
Probably the best headphones ever made, you can get these elf-themed goodies for just $ 11, despite the fact that you can buy some of the same questionable quality for $ 4.99 elsewhere. They apparently boast “inspiring full-range sound” and while I’m not convinced for the price, they could make a fun gift for your elf parents.See the offer
Helth Meme Man Doctor Outdoor Mask | Activated carbon | Replaceable filter |
$ 7.50 $ 4.99 on Amazon (save $ 2.51)
I love a healthy meme, but this is the most important comment that really made this one: five star, “Actually, I ordered this as a joke from my wife. Especially so I could walk around saying it and driving her a little crazy. What worked, but what made it so hard to stop joking was how comfortable this mask is. To sum up, I have a very comfortable mask that I can’t wear long because I managed to bore my wife with it. “Is it worth buying just for that? Perhaps.See the offer
Colorful Video Game Art Print | Colorful | FOR THE PLAYERS |
$ 12.99 $ 10.39 on Amazon (save $ 2.60)
Apparently, these inspirational quote posters are “Perfect for the Kid’s Bedroom.” Don’t these capture us so well? I mean, that’s exactly how us gamers, isn’t it? I’m afraid these fall into the category of gamer-themed gear presumably designed by those who’ve never touched a keyboard other than to email an old friend.See the offer