Top 5 Weirdest Things Dipped in Gold
Posted on Oct 18, 2011

5. Gold Toilet

Tourists from all over the world stop by Hong Kong to see Hang Fung’s solid 24 karat gold toilet. The shiny throne is accompanied by other gold fixtures to complete the over-the-top hot spot. At an approximated 5 million dollars, it’s common for people to feel overjoyed before they back that thang up and take a picture.

4. Gold Vibrator

There’s not much to say here except people can use Lelo Yva’s 18 karat gold gadget as the glittering light at the end of the tunnel. Pay $2580 for a jolly good time.

3. Gold Barbecue Grill

Everyone loves a relaxing 4th of July barbecue—the smoky burgers, the ice cold pool, and the quality time with friends and family. This year, blow everyone’s minds with your new BeefEater gold plated grill. This backyard beaut is smothered in 24 karat gold and sells for $12,500. With this beast of a barbecue on your side, it’s okay to smile for us, Daddy. We see your grill.

2. Gold Coffin

With 2012 just around the corner, people are starting to wonder if an afterlife really exists and if it does, what preparations they should take. Before there’s any chance of a zombie apocalypse, make sure you’re sent off in style with this $381,000 gold coffin complete with a cell phone. Why a dead person needs a cell phone in the beyond is unknown, but hey, better safe than sorry. Purchasing one of these caskets puts you on the same list as other gold coffin sporters such as King Tut, James Brown and Michael Jackson. Remember, just because you’re deceased doesn’t mean you have to stop being chic.

1. Gold Pills

Just when you think you’ve seen it all, someone takes it one step further. Knowing that society is eager to devour all things lavish, Tobias Wong and Just Another Rich Kid’s Ken Courtney wanted to see how far they could push the envelope of the rich and famous. 24 karat gold leaf pills were created for “the man that has everything” in the renowned Indulgences collection. With the $425 price tag stamped on the pills, you’d think that the benefits of swallowing gold would be unlimited.

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