The 9 weirdest things you can buy from Amazon Australia

Sofia Charalambous 5 December 2017 NEWS

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Amazon Australia has everything you need, and when I say everything, I mean everything.

After a whole lot of anticipation, excitement, disappointment and then excitement again, Amazon Australia finally launched today. From toys and games to fashion, tech accessories, home appliances and sports gear, Amazon stocks pretty much anything you could ever want or need at an affordable price, which is why it's so exciting that it's finally at our fingertips.

We've been busy trawling the site and adding all sorts of useful things to our cart. We've also added a whole lot of other stuff to our cart that may or may not be actually necessary. And let me tell you, you can get some pretty wacky stuff on Amazon Australia. Read on to find out the weirdest things you can purchase from Amazon right now.

shoe mould1. Shoe cake mould

We all know someone who's obsessed with shoes, and if that person is also into cake, then I have just the thing. No longer will you have to use actual shoes to decorate your desserts. Use this fondant/cake/baking chocolate shoe mould to create a cute little cake topper for your friend or family member's next birthday and make all of their dessert dreams come true.


pest repeller2. Ultrasonic pest repeller

Okay, so this one is actually pretty cool. It's a pest repellent that uses "ultrasonic" sound waves to ward off bugs, flying insects and rats without the need for toxic chemicals. Now, I'm not exactly sure whether it legitimately works, and I'm not totally clear on the how of it (or whether it's actually a good idea to use a device that continuously emits ultrasonic waves throughout your house), but if it keeps the cockroaches at bay, I'm in.


weird squishy thing3. Weird squishy vomit thing

So, I'm not 100% across what this actually is. Nothing in the title or the product description really gives it away. I guess maybe the best clue would be this review by a happy purchaser: "This was a huge hit at the office but the smell is sickening." Cool!


bread pillo4. Bread pillow

At first glance, you may think this is just a slice of bread. But wait! There's more. It's actually a pillow that looks like a slice of bread. Totally cute and totally convenient for all your carb and lounging needs.


4 in a row5. Rip-off of Connect Four

Oh, no. You must be mistaken. This is nothing like Connect Four. This is a completely different game. This is the Blue Opal Four In A Row Game, where you can "battle to line up 4 in a row". Sounds pretty innovative to me!


weird spiders earring thing7. Creepy spider earrings

You know what I absolutely love? Giving myself a heart attack each time I catch my reflection in the mirror because I think there's a spider crawling up my neck. That's why I'm buying these earrings.


tattoo sleeve8. Fake tattoo sleeves

You know those days when you just wanna come across as an edgy and alternative badass with a penchant for fast cars and danger? No? Well, if you ever do feel the need, this is the product for you. With five different designs to choose from and for only $17.99, you'll be the coolest guy or girl at the tattoo parlour.


book9. This book

I can't actually see the contents of this book, but going off the title alone, I'm sold.


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