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10 Things We Found on Lazada That We Kind Of Wish We Didn't

Because there's such a thing as Lazaddiction, and we hope there's a cure.
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With the holiday season too soon upon us, we've taken to the great Interwebs to see if we could find early gift ideas. And, oh boy, did we find them.

We started with German-owned e-commerce company Lazada, which has saved us many times in the past for last-minute presents and random payday treats. It promises to provide everything you'll ever need—and a few too many things you'll never.

Add to cart and checkout:

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Thomas Edison in 1878: "I wonder how the people of the future will use my inventions." 

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Looks totes legit:

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The pen is for you to write your last will and testament.

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Won't lie, this actually looks pretty cool: 

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Our dog has repeatedly told us how much he wants to sit quietly and uncomfortably in a car hammock to enjoy the scenery.

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Perfect use of a hand model demonstrated here:

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We're not saying you did, but:

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For your first and last job as as wedding organizer.

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For the budget Christian Grey:

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Who's going to break it to all those buyers that this...isn't...

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