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COOL SHiT i BUY: Awesome Stuff and Cool Things to Buy Online! A huge collections of cool and unique gifts, gadgets, geeky stuff, kitchen tools and interesting gifts for him and her.




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In simple: CoolShitiBuy.com is a cool website where you will find cool things to buy online. Discover the coolest thing ever including cool gadgets, geeky stuff, unusual gifts and cool products from sites like amazon.


We have different categories which are very useful when your searching for cool things. It means, that no matter what taste, preference or occasion you have you will find the coolest stuff on COOL SH*T i BUY.


Star Wars fans collect anything having to do with their beloved franchise, even weird stuff like these Chop Sabers light-up chopsticks. In fact, there are nearly 12,000 five-star reviews that rave about these illuminating utensils.


The Lifestraw could be a literal life-saver for a hiker. This ultra lightweight personal water filter has been rigorously tested to remove what the company claims is 99 percent of bacteria from any water source on-the-go. It accomplishes this through the use of micro-pores that are too small for bacteria to pass through, resulting in clean water on the drinking end. Not only can you use it outdoors, it's also ideal for natural disasters or emergency situations, making it a truly essential, if random, buy.


These days, the internet is absolutely rife with all kinds of products for just about any function or purpose. There's no end to what you can buy yourself online in our modern digital world, and it's safe to say that some unusual items have made their way into the e-commerce realm.


While you may wish to steer clear of all things haunted, you could, on the other hand, find such things very interesting. So, if you want to grab yourself an allegedly haunted item, just hop online, as there are plenty to choose from.


Whether you want a big statement piece, or a smaller addition to your couch, one of these personalized pillows can be both memorable and amusing for you or a loved one. Even big online stores like Etsy now offer such a product, making it easy to access.


While most of us enjoy some kind of soda, flavors like sweetcorn, bacon, and grass aren't exactly commonplace. But you can, in fact, buy yourself such outrageous sodas as these online. You can even grab yourself a ranch dressing-flavored soda if that's more up your street.


There's no denying that you can now find some truly weird things online, with the list above covering just a few of the hundreds of unusual products out there today. So, if you're in the market for something quirky, the e-commerce realm will certainly not disappoint you.


This privacy policy has been compiled to better serve those who are concerned with how their 'Personally Identifiable Information' (PII) is being used online. PII, as described in US privacy law and information security, is information that can be used on its own or with other information to identify, contact, or locate a single person, or to identify an individual in context. Please read our privacy policy carefully to get a clear understanding of how we collect, use, protect or otherwise handle your Personally Identifiable Information in accordance with our website.


CalOPPA is the first state law in the nation to require commercial websites and online services to post a privacy policy. The law's reach stretches well beyond California to require any person or company in the United States (and conceivably the world) that operates websites collecting Personally Identifiable Information from California consumers to post a conspicuous privacy policy on its website stating exactly the information being collected and those individuals or companies with whom it is being shared. - See more at: -online-privacy-protection-act-caloppa/#sthash.0FdRbT51.dpuf


When it comes to the collection of personal information from children under the age of 13 years old, the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) puts parents in control. The Federal Trade Commission, United States' consumer protection agency, enforces the COPPA Rule, which spells out what operators of websites and online services must do to protect children's privacy and safety online.\u00A0


The saying "one man's trash is another man's treasure" is never more true than when selling stuff online. As our handy list proves, you really can make money from buying and selling low-price, everyday items, and even things that you might otherwise throw away.


  • As long as it's before the expiration date, you can try selling it on eBay. If you ask for a little less than the value of the gift card, it'll be snatched up in no time.Coat hangersGot a wardrobe filled with more hangers than clothes? Why not sell them? They won't go for much, but it's better than nothing! If you have a matching set of hangers, you can probably get around 50p online.

Wine corksWine corks are perfect for arts and crafts, which makes them a perfect thing to sell.


  • If you drink enough of the good stuff to build up a collection, you can make around 10p per wine cork and as much as 15p a pop (literally) for champagne corks. Facebook Marketplace is a good option for this, so you can sell locally and save money on shipping.

Your hairThis may not be the first thing you will think of when it comes to finding things to sell, but you can earn some serious money for your hair.


  • You can apply to ad networks like Google Adsense or even reach out to individual companies. If they sell products in the same niche as your website, they could want to advertise to your readers.

  • Your photosWe're not talking pics of you and your mates getting drunk on the beach in Marbella... but if you have a keen eye and a creative head on your shoulders, you could make great money on your pics. You don't even need a fancy camera to produce money-making photographs either.

Old mobile phonesGot some old phones stuffed away in drawers that you haven't used since you upgraded?


  • You'll be surprised to see empty boxes for iPhones, PlayStations, and loads of other electrical goods going for a decent amount of cash.

  • Instruction manualsGot any manuals knocking about for items you don't use, or know how to use already (so no longer need the instructions)? Manuals for things like sound systems and computers sell pretty well on eBay.

Remote controlsThis is another weird way to make money, but it's funny how every household seems to have a spare remote control stuffed away in a drawer that no one can remember what it was for originally.


  • Whatever the reason is for empty egg cartons selling online, the fact remains that they do. 50 half-dozen boxes will get you around a fiver on eBay.

Personalised giftsIf you're a bit arty and business-minded you could set up your own online store and start selling on Etsy.


Viegener has discussed his composing process at length in an article for the Huffington Post and in an interview with 3:AM Magazine. In short, the project originated as a casual response to a popular Facebook meme circulating in 2009: the senders were to list twenty-five random things about themselves and then prompt twenty-five friends to do the same. Annoyed and then intrigued by this twenty-first-century chain letter, Viegener posted a few lists, found the process appealing, and committed himself to daily posting. As friends commented on his entries, a conversation developed. While 2500 Random Things gives us only one side of the exchange, such that we lose the interactive dimension, the residual text stands on its own as an intimate portrait of a mind at work.


I think many stories are stories by virtue of our wanting to make random details into narratives.A lot of old age is about keeping warm, making food, and finishing your tasks.The suffering of the rich is not like the suffering of the poor.The meme: me me.


Those readers who are also writers will appreciate Viegener's discipline, organization, and incisiveness, his creative parataxis and conversational ease. Composing a readable and engaging book-length work from bits and pieces of one's life is a formidable task. With the added pressures of serialization and online immediacy, the project becomes a test of writerly grit.


There was a time when you could only use your SNAP benefits to buy groceries in brick-and-mortar grocery stores and the like. However, since more people shop online than ever before, big online retailers like Amazon adapted and take the electronic benefits transfer (EBT) card for a number of things. Some of those things might surprise you.


Deller of the University of Wisconsin pointed to another quiet driver in why random stuff is so cheap now. Because of the strong dollar, imported goods are now slightly cheaper than they otherwise would be.


Whether you've been playing GTA since launch or for just a few months, there will definitely be something for you on this list. Rockstar Games is known for its attention to detail, and this reputation shines through even in this online multiplayer component. If you know about all the activities in this list, then you're definitely a Grand Theft Auto veteran.


Humor is a key likability cue that helps people feel more relaxed around you. At the same time, unexpected or random jokes can make you more memorable. Here are some hilarious one-liners and funny quotes to toss into your conversations.


As the busiest shopping season looms, Americans have several ways to shop online, but smartphones have become a top way to do so. Roughly three-quarters of U.S. adults (76%) say they ever buy things online using a smartphone, while a somewhat smaller share (69%) say they ever make purchases via desktop or laptop computers. Far fewer Americans (28%) report ever buying things online on a tablet.


Mobile phone shopping is especially common among adults under 50. Around nine-in-ten Americans ages 18 to 49 (91%) say they ever buy things online using a smartphone, compared with 69% of adults 50 to 64 and 48% of those 65 and older. 041b061a72


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