The 5 Strangest Listings on Krrb This Week


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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.

This week we’ve got our taxidermy pick, some acting books and roller skates. Let’s go!

Taxidermy Mice in Philadelphia, PA


Let’s start this post off the right way, with some taxidermy mice! I love all the taxidermy on Krrb. I’m always excited to see what animals people want to stuff and dress up. These mice are over 25 years old, from Germany and they’re dressed up like spooky ghosts and witches. Perfect Christmas gift? $50

Mid-Century Camel Foot Stool in Los Angeles, CA


After a long day of work, all I want to do is go home and put my feet up. Who wants to put their feet up on a boring, old foot stool when you could put them up on this unique, old foot stool! It’s a mid-century camel foot stool and I’ve never seen anything like it. A camel wouldn’t be the first animal I would choose to make a foot stool out of, seeing as it has a hump, but that’s just me. $225

Classic Acting Books in Queens, NY


Well, it seems as though someone has given up on their life long dream of being an actor but that’s alright, now you can benefit from it! Here’s 11 classic acting books so you can learn every acting technique. Now is the time to jumpstart your acting career. $36

Roller Derby Skates in West Palm Beach, FL


Okay, so you aren’t the acting type. That’s fine. How about roller derby? Pick up these skates and get your career rolling. If you aren’t into the whole roller derby thing you could also just buy these to skate around on, if you don’t want to be a cool roller derby skater. $40

1940’s Philco TV in Houston, TX


I’m pretty sure this 1940’s Philco TV doesn’t work and it’s definitely not equipped for Netflix! What’s the point of having a television if you can’t watch Netflix on it? Literally, nothing. Apparently, if you replace the electrical cord the screen will illuminate so maybe you could get creative with it. Other than that, it would look great in a 1940’s inspired household, even just as decoration. $120

Christmas is right around the corner folks! Maybe these listings aren’t holiday themed but I’m sure there is some strange loved one in your life who will enjoy these gifts. Let us know in the comments.


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