7 Interesting Things You Can Buy Online
It’s no secret that internet dominates this day and age. People’s lives are often heavily integrated with the online world socially, professionally, and financially. While people have already taken to getting most of their holiday or house shopping done online, there are still several things that you may be shocked to see you can buy online! Considering that most people wouldn’t know where to get some of these in real life, maybe it shouldn’t necessarily come as a shock to see them online. However, the ease with which to obtain some of these items can be particularly disbelievable…
1. Human remains
If you’re ever wondering how to fill your daily need of a reminder of mortal death and fragility with the pleasant aesthetics of human body parts, then you’re in luck! From skulls to hands, you can purchase real parts of the human skeleton online. Typically intended for scientific or educational purposes, you could potentially buy them for your own pleasure. Prepare to be seen with some questioning looks, though.
2. Uranium ore
We don’t often think of radioactive material used to make nuclear weapons as the kind of thing you could buy off of Amazon, but you would be mistaken if you thought you couldn’t. Samples of uranium, and other naturally occurring radioactive materials, can be bought off of Amazon for between $40 to $50. To the disappointment of mad scientists, but a sigh of relief for everyone else, only ore with extremely low radioactivity can be sold commercially.
We typically tend to think of cabinets, one of the main attractions of kitchen decoration, as stationary things that are built into the architecture. However, you can actually buy bathroom and kitchen cabinets online thanks to the development of RTA (ready to assemble) cabinetry. It is actually much more cost-effective, and they come in a variety of different styles and sizes that are designed to be versatile with modern architecture!
4. War machines
If you think that the idea of ordering a tank or a flame thrower online sounds absolutely insane, that’s because it is. Depending on the state you live in, though, it’s a perfectly realistic scenario, apparently. From armored vehicles to chain guns with armor piercing rounds, you are able to order and have these things delivered to your home from the comfort of your computer. That is, if you are able to find them. Speaking of war machines, you can also purchase a mechanized land walker from Japanese company Sakakibara-kikai for the low price of $350,000!
5. A home
Lately, you may have been thinking of moving. Heck, you may have even been thinking of moving to a plot of land doesn’t even have a home on it. Well, you know what? That’s ok! Because there are companies online that sell and deliver pre-manufactured homes. You literally can pick a floor plan and design, and then have it delivered to wherever you’d like. Next time you’d like to move, you could even pack your home and take it with you!
6. Someone to do your chores
If you hate doing dishes, or other chores, you are not alone, according to the many customers of websites like TaskRabbit or DoMyStuff. The premise of these websites is that you put up a task, along with a price to complete said task, and then people will come do your chosen task for money. If you live in one of the select cities that these websites are already active in, then you can use it to have people do household chores, or even run errands for you.
Another service that is only in select cities, at the moment. There are various online grocery companies that will do your grocery shopping for you at places like Costco, Whole Foods, or other affiliated stores. One of the fastest growing of these services, Amazon Fresh, will even offer free same-day delivery on purchases over $50. Because of this, plans to expand across the entire United States are under way.
For more information on how you can utilize RTA cabinets in your home, check out this sweet little article here!