People are selling the tubes inside toilet roll on Ebay, for reasons we don’t entirely understand
Ebay may not be as strange a place as Etsy, home of Beanie Babies with vulva and catnip-filled penises, but it can still get a bit weird.
Case in point: A bunch of people are using Ebay to sell the cardboard tubes from toilet roll. Shockingly, people are actually buying them.
The toilet roll tubes are advertised on Ebay for purposes including arts, crafts, gardening, and treats for pets (a hamster would love to crawl through that tube, right), with hundreds of listings from people keen to make a few quid from their trips to the loo.
One seller, lizz2412 is selling 16 tubes for £10, while... read more
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