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What's something that no one what's to buy used?
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What's something that no one what's to buy used?

I would say a mattress
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  • Panties/Boxers (any type of underwear).
  • Toothbrushes (yes, I've seen them on Facebook's "market")
  • Used bathroom/shower/bath stuff (another funny thing I've seen on Facebook's "market")
  • Used deodorant (yep, you guess it .. Facebook's "market" again)


Things like that...
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  • Panties/Boxers (any type of underwear).
  • Toothbrushes (yes, I've seen them on Facebook's "market")
  • Used bathroom/shower/bath stuff (another funny thing I've seen on Facebook's "market")
  • Used deodorant (yep, you guess it .. Facebook's "market" again)


Things like that...


Most of the Goodwill's in my area sell used underwear.
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Toilet paper.
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I know of at least one organization that furnishes low-income housing with used mattresses that they have cleaned. Toilets, too.

Things no one wants to buy used... hmm... I really can't think of much that you can't find someone to buy after you've used it. There may just be such a small market for it that you might never FIND that person.

I'd probably avoid used filters, though.
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I'd buy used women's underwear for lewd things.

Okay no, serious talk.

I'd imagine sex toys would be.... ummm.... at the bottom of the "better buy used" list.

Though for the non-obvious: I would not buy something like a headset or earphones used. Or other things that would have been on someone else's body that could cause some sort of infection like an ear infection.

Anything that would be found on someone's body that i'd find at goodwill. Though I personally avoid goodwill in general.
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Women hygiene products. Though it wouldnt surprise me if there is a market for it... Already an indirect one I guess...
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ninjitsuko wrote:

  • Panties/Boxers (any type of underwear).
  • Toothbrushes (yes, I've seen them on Facebook's "market")
  • Used bathroom/shower/bath stuff (another funny thing I've seen on Facebook's "market")
  • Used deodorant (yep, you guess it .. Facebook's "market" again)


Things like that...


Hate to break it to you... There is a thriving business for female panties. Why... do not ask me. I do know there is one though.. YouTube took me to the dark side one day...
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drinking straws
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Food.
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HuastecoOtaku wrote:
Most of the Goodwill's in my area sell used underwear.


Wow. The thrift stores and Goodwills that I've been to have strict policies about not accepting undergarments (bra, panties, boxers, whitey tighties, etc). That's a little concerning.


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Hate to break it to you... There is a thriving business for female panties. Why... do not ask me. I do know there is one though.. YouTube took me to the dark side one day...


Oh, I know there's a "market" for used female panties. I used to live in Japan; the rumors about "panty vending machines" are quite true. Even in the Western world (US/UK/Canada), I know there's a market for used panties. Though, this kind of activity is more towards "adult entertainment" or fetishisms. I meant more so walking into a store and buying a pair of used underwear to wear yourself, frequently.
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Yesterday's fully eaten food...

It'll probably take a lot of time for some of you to digest what the above actually means...
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Yesterday's fully eaten food...

It'll probably take a lot of time for some of you to digest what the above actually means...




But then again, people have actually bought exactly that from Cards Against Humanity.
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