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20 things I shouldn't sell on Poshmark!

As I dove headfirst into the abyss that is my closet, I couldn't help but think about all the ridiculous things I could potentially sell on Poshmark. So, without further ado, here are 20 items that are currently taking up space in my closet and could be yours for the low, low price of...well, I'm open to negotiations.

A collection of mismatched socks. Perfect for those days when you just can't decide on a single sock style, or for those who like to mix and match their socks for maximum quirkiness.

An old Halloween costume of a giant taco. It may not be the most traditional choice, but who wouldn't want to dress up as a delicious Mexican snack for their next costume party?

My mom's old disco jumpsuit. It may not fit me anymore, but I'm sure there's someone out there who can rock this vintage piece like it's 1979. Plus, it's made of stretchy spandex, so it's super comfortable to wear all night long.

My ex-boyfriend's letterman jacket. Okay, so maybe I shouldn't be trying to sell this on Poshmark, but I have to admit, it's pretty tempting. Plus, it's a great conversation starter! "Hey, how'd you get your hands on a letterman jacket from a high school in a different state?"

A pet rock collection. These rocks may not do much, but they sure do look pretty sitting on a shelf. Plus, they're low maintenance and won't chew up your shoes or demand to be taken for walks.

A jar of dirt. Yes, you read that right. A jar of dirt. It's the perfect gift for that person in your life who has everything...except a jar of dirt.

An old pair of shoes with a hole in the toe. Perfect for those who like to show off their toes in a more...ventilated way.

A collection of old VHS tapes. Remember those? They're the perfect throwback for movie night. Just make sure you have a VHS player to watch them on.

A giant inflatable banana costume. It may not be practical, but it's definitely a conversation starter.

An old cassette tape player. Sure, it may not be the most high-tech item on this list, but it's sure to be a hit with all the hipsters out there.

A collection of old magazines. Perfect for those who like to relive the glory days of print media.

An old CD player. Remember those? They were the precursor to streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music.

An old cell phone. It may not be the most advanced piece of technology, but it still works...kind of.

A set of mismatched drinking glasses. Perfect for those who like to mix and match their dinnerware.

A collection of old cassette tapes. Remember those? They were the precursor to MP3s and streaming services.

An old Nintendo Gameboy. It may not be as advanced as the Nintendo Switch, but it's still a classic.

An old typewriter. It may not be as fast as a computer, but it's sure to add a touch of vintage charm to any home office.

A collection of old records. Remember those? They're the perfect throwback for music lovers. Just make sure you have a record player to listen to them on.

An old Polaroid camera. It may not be as advanced as a digital camera, but there's something special about the instant gratification of a Polaroid photo. Plus, they make great conversation starters.

An old-fashioned rotary phone. It may not have all the bells and whistles of a smartphone, but it still works and adds a touch of vintage charm to any home.
So there you have it, a list of 20 ridiculous items that you can find in my closet (and potentially on Poshmark). Who knows, you may just find the perfect addition to your own collection. Happy shopping!





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