Woman Sells Contents Of Vacuum Cleaner to People on the Internet
When they say some people will buy anything, they’re not wrong! One woman manages to sell the dust from her vacuum cleaner to strangers online. Yes, we’re serious!
The woman in question, Ana Dee says she manages to make money by selling the dust and bits of lint from her vacuum cleaner.
“I sold the contents of my vacuum for $20 today, however the buyer wanted a surprise so I upsold that to find the lollipop,” she shared in her TikTok video where she is seen placing a lollipop amongst the dust before she packs it to send off to the buyer.
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Not surprisingly, commenters had a lot to say on the matter.
“But what are they doing with it?” one person asked.
“Eat, worship, smell, roll around in it,” Ana responded.
“Teach me your ways… I would love to sell mine I am constantly vacuuming,” added another.
Ana went on to say that although it looks really simple, she does in fact put time into the money making scheme by researching different marketing strategies. In a follow up video she explained how she would never judge people for what they’re willing to pay money for.
“I’m not here to shame anyone, I don’t yuck people’s yum. If they are into toilet scrubbers, or dirty water, I’ll provide that service!” Ana said.
“I’m not hurting anyone, it’s supply and demand. My comment section is either flabbergasted and intrigued, or it’s triggering people to get really upset that they aren’t doing it.”
Interestingly though, a number of commenters said it wasn’t smart to give away her DNA in case she was implicated in a crime scene.
“The biggest concern I get from the general public who have no idea about the industry I’m in is that it’s not smart to sell my DNA when I am selling used items,” she said.
“But think about this, if you’re an eBay seller, your fingerprints, your hair, it could be on these items.The trash you put on your street has your DNA, when you leave a restaurant you could drop a piece of hair. I have a receipt of sale, so if a piece of my hair was at a crime scene… I’d be like ‘hey there’s a guy named Phil I sold this to, here’s his address, maybe that will help with your search’.”
Hmmm…what do you think?