10 Absolutely Wild eBay Listings That Intrigue And Confuse Simultaneously

10 Absolutely Wild eBay Listings That Intrigue And Confuse Simultaneously

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EBay is a one-stop shop for many different needs, including electronics, clothes, and furniture. It's also where you can find some of the silliest items online, a few of which come with hefty price tags. 

We're talking about Star Wars caskets, stilettos for babies, and action figures of Chris Rock and Will Smith recreating the infamous Oscars slap. These and other absurd finds are featured on the Ebaybae Instagram account. 

We've collected some of the page's posts to create this new list. Some items are nice to have for their novelty, but others are just completely absurd.

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Like everything pleasurable in life, the desire to have something you don’t need (and pay big money for) is because of dopamine. Here’s an explanation by neuroscience professor Dr. Emrah Düzel. 

“When we see something new, we see it has a potential for rewarding us in some way. This potential that lies in new things motivates us to explore our environment for rewards,” Dr. Düzel told Buffer.

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Over time, that new object will lose its sparkle. As Dr. Düzel explained, it happens once our system gets used to it. 

“The brain learns that the stimulus, once familiar, has no reward associated with it, so it loses its potential. For this reason, only completely new objects activate the midbrain area and increase our levels of dopamine.”

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The page features the dining booth from the series finalé of the Emmy Award-winning HBO series The Sopranos. For fans of the show, this is where Tony Soprano, his wife Carmela, and his son A.J. shared a plate of onion rings before the screen unceremoniously went black. 

The booth is part of Holsten’s Ice Cream in Bloomfield, New Jersey. After one of the most iconic endings in television history, the shop’s owners decided to put it up for auction.

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