You may have heard of McDonald’s dollar menu, but did you know Amazon also has a $1 range? Ok, admittedly, it’s not an official list, but you can find all sorts of weird and wonderful items below the one dollar threshold.
I trawled through 19 pages of products to bring you the cream of Amazon’s $1 crop. This was no mean feat, particularly given that 80% of the items were either religious self-help books with titles such as “The Day God Came to Earth” and “The New American Standard Plan of Life” or sleazy humor books, like “444 Smutty Sayings”.
Still, I soldiered on and put together a selection of mostly useless (except the Constitution), but utterly entertaining tchotchkes for your delectation.Feel free to vote up your favorite items and vote down any stinkers…enjoy!
Consider yourself a patriot, but have yet to read the constitution? Shhhh, It's ok, neither have we. Why not grab yourself a copy of this pocket size paperback edition of George W's masterwork and get a leg up on the competition?
Just imagine the hours of fun you could have with 55 yards of mint waxed floss. Tie your best friend to a living room chair. Use it to fly a homemade kite. Or just gouge out that grime from between your teeth...the possibilities are...er...fairly limited actually.
Long, hard, sweaty day at the office? Skin caked in grime? No? Ok, fair enough, but you're gonna have to wash your face at some point right? Clean and clear for $1? What could go wrong?
"What's a jiggler" I hear you ask? Well, normally it's used to measure alcohol for cocktails, but we think this handsome little exhibit could just as well double up as an eggcup.
Picture the scenario: You spend all day negotiating a business deal. It almost falls through, but at the last minute you have a flash of inspiration and manage to seal the deal. Your boss decides to treat you to celebratory drinks at the bar across the street. Reluctantly, you accept. By the time you get home, it's 11:30pm. You are drunk and famished. You open the fridge door. A stale old burger bun. You glance at the shelves above the stove...dried lentils and seaweed soup. Then you remember the little cupboard under the sink. You open the door and you're blinded by the orange glare of your ex-husband's favorite meal: Manwich, Original Sloppy Joe Sauce. You check the sell-by date. Still valid. You slice the burger bun, pop it in the toaster and flush the sloppy joe sauce into a pan. Within minutes you're alone on the couch, feeling oh so fine.