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  • There are some ridiculously weird items on eBay, and Link is gonna guess

  • - how much they are. - Let's talk about that.

  • ♪ (theme music) ♪

  • - Good Mythical Morning! - The great thing about eBay

  • is that you don't have to be a smart business person or craftsman

  • - to go on there and sell something. - That's what the e is for: everybody -bay.

  • You just get on there and there are some restrictions, but you can pretty much

  • sell anything you want to. And there's some weird stuff on there, and we have

  • devised a game in which I will be presenting an item to Link and then

  • he will be guessing between two numbers, kinda "Price is Right" style.

  • If you get -- you're going to be guessing most often the Buy It Now price,

  • sometimes the winning bid, and sometimes the starting bid if it was never available...

  • - No one ever actually bid on it. - And I raise my awareness about the

  • weirdest items on eBay, so you're welcome.

  • And I'm gonna go through 10 of these. If you get 6 out of 10,

  • - you get a priiiiiize! - Ooooh!

  • Link, are you ready to play… "Can You Guess That Price On eBay for the Item?"

  • And the next contestant on

  • Can You Guess That eBayItemwith a Priceis Mr. Link Neal!

  • - Come on down! - (Link making happy noises)

  • (audience cheering sound effect)

  • - All right, welcome. Welcome. - Thank you.

  • - Okay, uh… - So great to be here.

  • Yeah. Don't get too excited. Again, Link, if you get 6 out of 10 of these

  • right, you get a prize. - Okay.

  • Let's bring in our producer slash card-turner girl, Stevie.

  • Stevie will be back there and she will be revealing the correct price on these items.

  • - Look at this! - Let's bring up the first item.

  • Link, this is an adult baby logo Velcro diaper with insert.

  • - The key words… - What? "Adult baby?"

  • Adultyou know, people like to do adult baby things, like this for adults

  • - that like to dress up like babies. - So it's an adult diaper.

  • - That says "baby" on it. - Yeah.

  • From the item description: "I am cleaning out my stash of adult baby

  • diaper outfits, diapers, and miscellaneous items as I've collected too many over

  • the years." Quote, "The person wearing it will feel just like a big baby."

  • - One thing to note, too is - Sounds valuable.

  • it's kinda thick and it'll make you waddle a bit while wearing it, which

  • is a constant reminder of your diapered state. Okay, so I want you to guess...

  • - So that is a man's thighs? Eugh. - I don't wanna think about that.

  • But I do want you to guess: what was the winning bid for

  • this adult diaper? Was it $14.99 or $50.99?

  • - I certainly hope it's $14.99, Bob. - All right, he says $14.99,

  • - and he is incorrect! - (incorrect buzzer and audience sigh)

  • - What? - Yes, this thing went for 51 dollars.

  • - 51 dollars? And it was sold? - Plus shipping. Oh yeah,

  • somebody who was really into adult diapers. Baby diapers.

  • - Ooh, there's… eugh. - Okay, Link. Moving on to the

  • - next item. If we could clear the prices. - Oh, wow. This is high functionality.

  • It's just like the Price is Right. The Bone Throne: a chair made of

  • real cow bones. This thing is 43 inches tall, 38 inches wide. It's made of

  • real cow bones over a wooden chair, and it's impressive. I didn't say that.

  • - (Stevie laughing) - The item description said that.

  • - "And it's impressive." - "Everyone loves to sit in it,

  • and so will you." So apparently multiple have sat in this thing and they love it.

  • It's made out of genuine cow bone, and I want you to guess the Buy It Now price.

  • But it's real cow bones over a wooden chair.

  • This is pretty awesome. I'm thinking about buying it now.

  • A thousand dollars or $475.

  • Okay, But It Now is always the higher one. One thousand dollars, Bob.

  • - Okay, Linkgo for it. - Ready? (laughing)

  • - (incorrect buzzer and audience sigh) - Nope, $475. You can get this bone throne

  • - for under 500 bucks! - Wow, that is a deal.

  • I'm thinking about buying it. Moving on to...

  • - Ugly baby doll deformed demon puppet. - Eugh!

  • Lifesize! This lifesize latex doll is the ugliest baby you have ever seen.

  • - It comes with its own blanky. - Does it have a mustache?

  • - No, that's blood. - Eugh! Gross!

  • Apparently, it had hair at one time but now the manufacturer has

  • taken the hair off. I don't know, it's weird because they show hair and

  • no hair, but either way, it's a demon baby. And what I want you to guess is the

  • - Buy It Now price. This could be yours. - Right, no one has bought this.

  • - You can paste hair on there if you want. - So this is more about what they think

  • it's worth, not what someone actually is willing to pay for it.

  • Yeah, this is Buy It Now. Going $39.99 or $100 dollars?

  • I think they're hoping to get 100 dollars for this. It ain't gonna happen...

  • - Okay. No! - (incorrect buzzer and audience sigh)

  • - Gosh! - You're bad at this game.

  • - I… - You should never go on eBay.

  • I grew up watching the Price is Right with Miss Dean, my babysitter.

  • - Okay, Link. All right. - And that hasn't helped.

  • How about this? Unusual corked glass vial of moose poop, scat, droppings...

  • - Oh, wow… - That's a lot of words for poop in a row.

  • No smell! This is corked glass. It's a vial filled with moose poop.

  • Does not smell when cork is removed. That's good. Use it for decoration,

  • of course, or make jewelry out of if. "Hey, baby. I love your poop necklace."

  • - It actually says make jewelry out of it? - Yeah, these are like moose poop nuggets.

  • $12.99 or 15 dollars to buy these moose turds now.

  • Well, either one: I'm in the market. This is affordable.

  • - Okay, yeah. - This is a tough guess. Um… $12.99.

  • - (correct dinging and audience cheering) - Yes!

  • Link got one correct. All right, moving on to a mummified cat.

  • - Ooh, gross. - Slash taxidermy cat slash

  • lab specimen slash horror slash oddity slash curiosity slash Killer Curio UK.

  • - This is a genuine… - What's that around his neck?

  • Some sort of decorativething, like hejust went to a wedding.

  • - Or he's royalty. - Like the cat's… The cat died

  • - at a quinceañera or something? - Apparently according to the description,

  • this thing -- it's been 25 to 35 years since the death of the cat.

  • And just in case you were wondering, this cat is an ex-laboratory specimen

  • and lived a full and complete, content life. Because you know those laboratory

  • specimens are livingthis is the weirdest thing on the list. I'm just gonna go ahead

  • and tell ya right now. I don't know where they got this thing, but it has all

  • the bones intact -- I know you're interested in that. It's on a little

  • velvet basket. Hey! And it's guaranteed for Christmas worldwide.

  • Well, it did live a full and complete and content life.

  • - What's the Buy It Now Price? - I'd say the Buy It Now price is...

  • This is too spec… I'm going with this. $547.84.

  • - (correct dinging and audience cheering) - Yes, Link's on a roll!

  • Link, how about the large, crude, old human teeth? It's very simple. These

  • - are just large, crude, old human teeth. - Are theBy the way,

  • - you could reach these yourself. - (Stevie laughing)

  • - No, no. I've gotta hold this mic. - We don't have to make Stevie do this.

  • These are being offered for auction as is, and you can buy them now.

  • Can you buy them now for 11 dollars or 45 dollars?

  • - Remember, this is old human teeth. - They do not look like human teeth.

  • - Very crude. They're very crude. - Oh, those are the roots.

  • Yeah, this is a large human. This may be Andre the Giant's teeth for all I know.

  • - And this is a Buy It Now price? - 11 or 45?

  • I'm gonna go with the bargain basement deal of 11 dollars.

  • - (correct dinging and audience cheering) - Yes!

  • - Wow, where's he stand at, Jen? - I'm comin' back.

  • He's gotten thee wrong and three right.

  • - Three wrong, three right. - I'm 50-50.

  • Rare peanut M&M's from 1989 with a piece of wood inside instead of a peanut.

  • Yes, it's as simple as that. This guy bought some M&Ms in 1989, and

  • it had a piece of wood instead of a peanut. And now he's selling it. Of course!

  • - So it's a choking hazard. - Yeah.

  • - I'm in the market for choking hazards. - Well, that's a collector's item.

  • - I'm into this. - And it's smaller than a nickel, I see.

  • And it's either 50 dollars or 825 dollars, Link. This has only happened

  • one time as far as we know. That wood has gotten in place of the peanut.

  • So you're trying to get me to vote for this insane price?

  • Listen, I don't know. I don't know. I'm ignorant of this.

  • - That's why she's doing it. - It's reverse psychology.

  • So I'm going to go with the way you're pushing me and reverse reverse psychology.

  • - $825. - (correct dinging and audience cheering)

  • - Yes, can you believe that? - Yeah! That's ridiculous!

  • I don't think anybody's gonna buy it now or ever for $825.

  • - But what about this… - Does it come with the nickel?

  • Uhyou could probably arrange that. Please add a nickel.

  • How about the perfect number: number 8 onion ring. This person ordered

  • onion rings at a fast food restaurant with a burger order. But look at this.

  • It came out a perfect 8 surrounded by another onion ring.

  • - Which would be a 0. - Yeah, don't think about that.

  • So there's an 8 and a 0 here, which brings the price up. Starting bid,

  • - because no one bid on it? - No one has bid on this.

  • Believe it or not, no one has bid on this. But what is the person asking?

  • Are they starting this at 500, or are they staring this at 8 dollars?

  • I think they're starting it at 8 dollars. I certainly hope so.

  • - Okay, all right. No! - (incorrect buzzer and audience sigh)

  • - Link, how often does this happen? - That so stupid!

  • This is an amazing thing!

  • What are the chances that it happened in the onion ring thing?

  • - Well, every time you want it to happen. - No, no. This was totally accidental.

  • This was a miracle. This was a Christmas miracle, Link, and you blew it.

  • - (laughing) - Now you've gotta get all the rest

  • - of them right. The last two, right? - Oh, gosh.

  • Okay, yeah. So you've got two more, and you've gotta get 'em both right...

  • - Okay, I'll do it. I'll do it. - …to get the prize.

  • How about a very rare David pink statue with hula skirt, sunglasses, and towel

  • - from 1998. - How tall is it?

  • Well, that's under dispute, because it says approximately 7 and 3/4 feet high,

  • 2 and 1/2 inches wide. So I'm thinking that one of those measurements

  • - is probably off. - That's not a seven-foor statue.

  • I don't think this is almost an eight-foot statue. I think it's 7 and 3/4

  • - inches high. Uhplastic? Probably. - What's it made out of?

  • But it has black sunglasses and there's a back view. How often do you run into

  • - this kind of-- - Buy It Now, $799.99.

  • - (incorrect buzzer and audience sigh) - No!

  • - Link, you lost, but listen. - Double or nothing.

  • I'm in a very giving mood, and if you get this last one right,

  • you still get the prize. It is a taxidermy bull scrotum bottle.

  • - I've always not wanted one of these! - With stand, never been used,

  • - except by the bull. (laughing)

  • - I mean, since the scrotum has been made - I get it.

  • - into a bottle it has never been used. - I get it! Yes, we know!

  • This thing is over 10 inches tall. 5 inches wide.

  • - Wow. - And 7 and 1/2 inches deep.

  • - This is a big bull. A big bull scrotum. - Got it.

  • (laughing) The perfect man-cave gift for a man who has everything.

  • That's what they say. That's not me making -- that's from the description.

  • So what do you think, you wanna buy this now for, Link?

  • And you know what? I'm almost willing to say if you get this one right,

  • I'll buy the bull scrotum for ya.

  • - Really? - Why not? We'll put it on set.

  • - 55 or 75? - Um… 55!

  • - (correct dinging and audience cheering) - Ding ding ding ding ding!

  • - All right, so what do I win? - Okay, you have a choice.

  • - You're gonna buy the bull scrotum. - Yeah, you have a choice between

  • a crisp -- well, not so crisp -- dollar bill, or what's inside the mystery box!

  • - All right, I'll take the mystery box. - Well, that was easy.

  • - (crew offscreen laughing) - (wrapping paper rustling)

  • Thanks for liking and commenting on this video.

  • - Open up that mystery box! - You know what time it is.

  • Hi, I'm Jacob, standing here at the Greek Parthenon in

  • Nashville, Tennessee, and it's time to spin The Weel of Mythicality!

  • Remember, you can win nine different pieces of merchandise if you go to

  • our Facebook page and play the 12 Mythical Days of Christmas and

  • - win today's challenge. - Speaking of win, what did I win?

  • What?

  • It's a frozen block ofWhat is this, Bob?

  • What is that? It's a tomato.

  • - It's a tomato-sicle. It's a frozen tomato-sicle.

  • - Oh my goodness. - So you can go ahead and enjoy that.

  • - I don't even like tomatoes. - Uhthe dollar's mine.

  • - You don't get that now. I'll take that. - All right.

  • Click through to Good Mythical More where we reminisce on everything

  • Price is Right related. It holds a special place in my life.

  • Yeah, okay. How's that toma-- Come on, at least taste it!

  • - I'll make it part of the wheel. - "Yell each others' names."

  • - Link! - Rhett!

  • - Ugh!

  • - (crew offscreen laughing) - Oh, it broke! (laughing)

  • - Rhett! Oh, cold! - Link!

  • [Captioned by Kevin: GMM Captioning Team]

There are some ridiculously weird items on eBay, and Link is gonna guess

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