These days you can buy just about anything at Amazon. And we do mean anything. Here are 50 of the weirdest -- and coolest -- things people are buying on Amazon right now.
For starters: It's OK to be jealous AF at this Lamborghini Aventador for kids. It even has scissor doors, just like the real thing.
Originally published earlier. Updated with new items on February 12, 2020.
We can't verify the claims that this is the absolute largest gummy worm you can buy. But at 2 feet long (and weighing 3 pounds), this $27.95 gummy worm is still way bigger than any gummy has a right to be.
Fans of retro TV will immediately recognize the "Hillman 841754" sign: It's the inspiration for the logo for NBC's The Office.
You've seen fidget spinners, but have you tried out a fidget cube? This intriguing aluminum toy folds in on itself over and over and over, making it a great pick for restless fingers.
This is a little bit grim, but there's a wide selection of caskets to choose from on Amazon, with many priced under $1,000. And yes, that includes free shipping to the funeral home of your choice.
This neat little dash-mounted gadget connects to your car's OBD II port (most vehicles manufactured after 2007 have one) to add a little bit of high-tech flair.
Why waste when you don't have to? This simple-yet-genius tool evenly squeezes toothpaste -- and many other types of expensive medicated creams and ointments -- out of their tubes without leaving any behind.
If you love sushi as much as you love Star Wars, then you need these in your life.
You can get two pairs of lightsaber chopsticks on Amazon in a variety of colors for just $12.97. And yup, batteries are included.
Let's get weird. 'Nuff said.
This 12-inch glass tube neon light is available in a variety of styles and colors, starting at $59.99.
This 565-piece Lego set for adults includes tiny brick versions of all San Francisco's coolest landmarks: the Transamerica Pyramid, Salesforce Tower, the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and more.
You can get the Lego Architecture Skyline Collection San Francisco Building Kit for $39.99 on Amazon.
The coolest part about these giant fridge magnets? The "screen" doubles as a dry-erase whiteboard.
This six-piece FreezerBoy magnet set sells for $24.99 on Amazon.
Get it while it lasts! The seller of this $39.99 chunk of radioactive uranium ore, Images Scientific Instruments, advises you not to eat or drink while handling it.
Your maid may not do windows, but this weird and expensive smartphone-controlled suction robot does!
You can get the Hobot Glass and Window Cleaning Robot for $399.99 on Amazon.
We love how this 9.5-inch acrylic PetPeek doggie window ($34.92) bubbles out so there's room for your pupper's schnoz.
This pillow is ahhhhhhhh ah ah ah perfect. And it's just $13.99 on Amazon.
Once you teach your pupper to drop his favorite ball into the iFetch ($199.99 on Amazon), he'll be playing for hours.
No one needs glow-in-the-dark playing cards. Until there's a power outage. Or until you go camping.
You can get a pack of these glow-in-the-dark cards from Kikkerland for $11.99 on Amazon.
So millennial. Much comfort. Wow.
You can get this bizarre T-shirt for $18.99 on Amazon.
This one is a personal favorite: As the cat-shaped candle's wax melts away, a metal skeleton is revealed underneath.
You can get a PyroPet candle of your own for $34.00 on Amazon.
We love all parts of corgis, but there's something magical about the floofsters' butts.
You can get this 15-inch corgi butt pillow for $15.97 on Amazon.
This neat dino toy is half craft project, half puzzle. So it's perfect for kids... and just as perfect on your desk at work.
You can find a number of different dinosaur-themed sets from Halftoys on Amazon starting at $17.99.
Let's be honest, Chicken McNuggets are nothing more than a Sweet 'n Sour sauce delivery system. Now you can skip the McNuggets and just get 25 packets of Sweet 'n Sour or BBQ sauce for $29.95 on Amazon.
This puppet kit comes with a head and four feet. As for the body... well, you provide that part.
You can get this weird Archie McPhee Handi Squirrel puppet for $6.56 on Amazon.
It's like the T-shirt that doubles as a tuxedo. Just not as classy.
You can get one for $7.55 on Amazon.
Looking for a place to store all those d10 and d20 dice? This plush mimic monster ($42.00) from Ultra Pro makes the perfect die storage bag. Just watch your fingers, OK?
Yes, you can buy live insects for your pets on Amazon, but beware: One reviewer says that the sound of them "chewing and scraping from outside the box" is "like something from a nightmare." (You can read the full review here.)
This box of 1,100 mealworms is priced at $11.99 on Amazon, or just over 1 cent per creepy crawly.
This bendable llama duster may not pick up a ton of dust (per Amazon reviewers), but it is definitely cute. And really, isn't that all that matters?
You can get your own llama duster for $18.00 on Amazon.
This soft polar-fleece croc may be the coziest sack you'll ever crawl into.
You can get yours for $29.99 on Amazon.
Have you ever made an oat-milk latte at the bottom of the Grand Canyon? Well, with this hand-powered Minipresso coffee maker from Wacaco ($40.65), now you can.
As terrible -- or, perhaps, as wonderful? -- as the idea of hot coffee in the shower sounds, this isn't a real gadget. It is, however, a real fake gift box that you can order and hide a real gift inside.
You can get the Bathe & Brew gag gift box for $7.99 on Amazon.
Think laser tag died in the '80s? Think again. This four-player laser tag set from ArmoGear ($99.99) includes four guns and four target vests.
This toy is great for kids. But it's also great for adults who are hopelessly addicted to crane games. You know who you are.
This Moj Moj Claw Machine includes six squishy toy surprises and sells for $39.99.
You really can buy anything on Amazon. Even nothing.
This deluxe box of nothing will set you back $11.95 on Amazon.
The squirrel inside this $36.00 pot from Qualy rises with the level of water inside, so you know when it's time to water your plants.
Yup, people really do buy taxidermy statues on Amazon. We're partial to this rootin' tootin' cowboy squirrel, currently on offer for $249.99.
This sadistic take on hot potato gives you a nasty little electric shock when you lose, though there is a no-shock mode included for the faint of heart.
The Shocktato requires 3 AAA batteries (not included) and sells for $29.99 on Amazon.
Spin the spinner, then eat the color of bean it lands on. But is that yellow jelly bean buttered-popcorn flavor, or Rotten Egg? Is that white one Coconut or spoiled milk?
You can get a 3.5 ounce pack of these weird Jelly Belly beans on Amazon for $4.97.
This officially licensed 128GB MicroSDXC card from SanDisk ($27.90) adds a bit of Nintendo branding to a part of your Nintendo Switch that you'll almost never see. Worth it!
This $14.95 Tyvek microfiber space wolf Mighty Wallet is super thin and light, yet strong and durable.
This premium, full-size Star Trek machine from Stern Pinball tasks you with defeating the USS Vengeance. It's one of the coolest ways to blow $7,199.
If you're constantly misplacing your keys, wallet or phone, then you need the Tile Mate ($59.99 for a pack of four). It has a range of 300 feet, works with both Apple iOS and Google Android, and now features a replaceable CR123A battery.
It only takes about 10 minutes to build this TinyCircuits mini arcade machine ($59.95) that comes complete with open-source games. It also includes an SD card expansion slot, so you can add your own games.
This toilet-shaped novelty mug from Big Mouth ($12.99) holds up to 12 ounces of tea or coffee, no matter how crappy the brew may be. 💩
If you're a fan of Family Guy, It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia or your local used car dealership, this Tubey the Tubeman toy is pretty much perfect. (Though, at $39.99, it's also pretty expensive).