Over on Instagram diastolic has posted a picture of this awesome plastic dinosaur ordered by the bot. He is clearly terrified. I wonder if it kicked the door in.
The bot sent freakyfrogfreak this pretty feather necklace last month. Too nice for a stocking!
The bot sent davegoesthedistance this little puzzle maze. There must be some precocious babies wherever this game was made!
Over on Instagram cutesyninaashes of Tamarac, Florida has posted a couple pictures of plastic bats received from the bot. I think they are intended to be wall decorations, but more useful as a bat signal!
I just came across this tiny giraffe posted by acmekat on Instagram, which apparently was labeled as fresh cut flowers!
The Chinese manufacturer must be using some reverse psychology on the customs folks. Fresh cut flowers are impossible to get through the border. A little plastic giraffe on the other hand would sail through. The only solution? Start labeling giraffes as flowers and flowers as giraffes. If anyone actually reads these descriptions they must get so confused.
I just wanted to re-post here a thread from Facebook…
ferckinclerser over on Instagram posted this little video of packages bought by the bot. At the end you can see the cat suspiciously eyeing the pile of random packages. It looks like a dinosaur shaped ladle and squirrel spatula were among the haul.
Youmayhavenoticed on Instagram posted this steampunk postcard that the bot sent out a few months ago. This is one of the most popular designs. The bot pulls from open source images and then re-orders the postcards that get ‘thumbs up’ feedback.