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Krrb is a great place to find everything and anything secondhand, handmade and vintage. We can only imagine how these finds ended up on the classifieds in the first place. Whether or not you were looking for these unusual listings, The 5 Strangest Listings on Krrb This Week are for sale, each in need of a new home.
Art, hats and hearing aids. What a special week it has been!
Jim Bauer Metal Robot Sculpture in New York, NY
Get a load of this little guy, what an adorable robot sculpture from the year 1992! It’s signed by the artist and can be a constant reminder to you of how our days are numbered until the robots take over civilization. Almost like a shrine to our soon-to-be overlords. $220.
Original Watercolor Painting in Rochester, NY
I have a few feelings about these paintings. They’re the reflection of a girl looking in a compact mirror. What a really great, original idea—love it. What I don’t love is the girl who is wearing it as a mask. It freaks me out like the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Buy these but don’t wear them as masks, please. $75.
Great Beltone Hearing Aids in Perry Township, Indianapolis
Hmm… welp, I don’t know about you guys but I sure don’t want to share hearing aids with anyone but myself. If that’s your thing though, I am not here to judge anyone. Grab ’em while they’re fresh out of the other persons ears! $550.
Texas Longhorn Hat in Carlisle, PA
This hat may look familiar to you. You may remember someone by the name of, oh I don’t know, Fred Flintstone. The top of your head may be hot while you’re strolling around in this Texas Longhorn hat but the rest of you is going to look too cool. $375.
Super Special Color Photograph in Manhattan, New York
To be completely honest with you guys, I love this photograph. I wish I had the money to buy this photograph but if you do, I highly suggest it. It’s just so enjoyable to look at. I can’t look away. $500.
Get out them dollar bills and start buying before the robots take over!