Have y'all seen the car headlight false eyelashes? I nearly piddled myself, I was laughing so hard.
ETA: forgot to add the link
We spotted some on a VW Bug a few months ago, my 5-year-old was so confused & thought the car was alive like the the movie "Cars" Pretty funny to watch him keep checking over his shoulder to see if the car was watching us.
I saw a triple whammy of kitchness at the gym a few months back. Barbie pink VW Golf, with pink fur and My Little Ponies on the dashboard, and those giant eyelashes on the front. I was almost tempted to hang around to see who was driving it, but I was on a tight deadline to get home before traffic got too bad.
There's this totally weird car near me (we mostly see it at the library) that is covered with "666" signs and distorted Bible verses and anti-Bible quotes and all sorts of weird things, including a giant pole that sticks up about 8 feet and has more signs on it (signs are over the windows, too, no idea how he sees to drive). I used to wonder who drove it. Then one day I was at the library and saw a guy with 666 written on his forehead. Pretty easy to figure out who drives *that* car!
There's two cars that I see periodically that always make me smile. One is a Smart which someone has covered with turf (yes, as in real live grass), which is then further decorated according to what's going on (they mowed and painted the Olympic rings into the grass on the bonnet/hood during the London Olympics and I've also seen it with Christmas decorations). Then there's the Harley Davidson rider who decorates for Christmas by covering his bike in fairy lights (I've seen him at least once every holiday season for the past four years).
As for pink cars, I once saw a bubblegum pink Ford Fiesta, replete with cow-print seat covers, pink furry dice (they clashed with the paintwork, btw - the dice were neon pink), eyelashes on the headlights and a decal on the back that said it was "Powered By Fairy Dust". I walked by it on my way into the supermarket and thought "Wow, who on earth drives that?". When I came out, I got my answer: a six foot chap with the build of a rugby player. It's possible he was borrowing his other half's car - but he didn't even look slightly embarrassed so...who am I to judge?...!
And finally, a useless product: melon ballers (as in a tool to make little balls of melon). When we moved house, we decluttered our kitchen and I discovered that we owned not one, not two but three
melon ballers (all the same size - approximately the size of a teaspoon measure, but with a hole in for the juice to run out through so you couldn't even repurpose them as measuring scoops), which, to the best of my knowledge, hadn't been used in my life time (I was 30 at the time).
The best bit is we've still got one (mum insisted we keep one, "just in case") - and it still
hasn't been used!