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21 Amazingly Gross Products You'll Want To Buy Immediately

Because gross is great.

We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

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1. A set of edible anuses in a range of Belgian chocolate hues.

Promising review: "Freaking amazing product. It was hilarious seeing my friends' reaction. The chocolate was so decadent and flavorful." —michael

Get them from Amazon for $8.12.

2. An elephant poop matching game that's actually really pretty and helps a great cause!

Two percent of the proceeds of sales are donated to the International Fund for Animal Welfare. Read about how this game came to be here.

Get the Number 2 game from Areaware for $20.

3. Liquid ass spray for clearing a room. Quick.

Promising review: "This stuff...was good enough to get me suspended from school. That'll be enough to tell you how it smells." —Presley F.

Get it from Amazon for $9.58.

4. Some "Unicorn Blood" lipstick that'll have your friends — especially the ones who don't wear makeup — all 🤔.

Get it from Jeffree Star Cosmetics for $18.

Check out some more awkward-as-hell lipstick names.

5. A ~titillating~ e-book by Chuck Tingle like Pounded by Politics or Open Wide for the Handsome Sabertooth Dentist Who Is Also a Ghost.,

Get them from Amazon: Pounded by Politics for free (Kindle unlimited e-book) or $7.99 (paperback) and Open Wide for the Handsome Sabertooth Dentist Who Is Also a Ghost for free (Kindle unlimited e-book).

6. These mom jeans that put the worst part of legs on full display...knees!

You'll get roasted at brunch if you show up in these bad boys...and your friends will LOVE you for it.

Get them from Topshop for $95. / Available in sizes W2630, W2830, and W3430.

7. A toilet coffee mug to serve as a reminder of the aftermath of guzzling your morning coffee.

Promising review: "I bought this last year for my father-in-law for Christmas. He's a dirty old man with a potty mouth and a great sense of humor. We laughed so hard when he opened it and to see him laughing just as hard was a memorable moment for the whole family. The rim of the cup is very wide, but that's why I bought it. Unfortunately, he doesn't use it for himself, instead, he uses it for his cat's water bowl, which I have no complaints, and neither does the cat LOL." —Crystal W.

Get it from Amazon for $12.99. / Also available as a pair of shot glasses.

8. Some tragically named chocolate-covered gummy bears.

Promising review: "I sent some to my son in the Army. He said they tasted good, but his friends have voted us the sickest and coolest parents." —Mark H

Get them from It's Sugar for $8.99.

9. A ~moist~ tee so passers-by will have to say the word out loud in their head when they see you.

Get it from Amazon for $18.99. / Available in three colors, a variety of sizes.

10. Some faux-poop stain undies you should totally wear when you guys rent that cabin or beach house together for a weekend.

"It's so nice that we feel comfortable enough to change in front of each other."

Get them from Amazon for $15. / Available in sizes S–3XL.

11. And a prank pube soap bar that you can ~let~ your friends use.

Get it from Spencer's for $7.99.

12. Speaking of hair, this Crafting With Cat Hair book will curry favor with your friend who's in a monogamous relationship with a lint roller.

Promising review: "It really only teaches you how to felt cat hair and make finger puppets or little fingers out of it. However, if you do, they're really cute. I made one for my friend for his birthday out of his own cat's hair. I did a little extra embroidery on mine to give it more defined claws, eyes, and face." —SBP

Get it from Amazon for $9.10 (paperback) or $10.99 (Kindle).

13. Some completely unconvincing joke vomit for spurring a conversation about how you should probably stop eating like you're a trash can.

Promising review: "Works great for a 6-year-old but I've seen much better replicas of vomit than this one. Very fake-looking." —Karen G.

Get it from Amazon for $4.78.

14. These wolf boxer briefs may elicit some laughter in the most uncomfortable of situations.

Get them from Amazon for $5.93+. / Available in sizes S–L.

15. Some creepy-looking plastic foot covers for guarding them against gross floors at airport security.

And yes, they're TSA-approved!

Get a pack of two pairs from Amazon for $2.

16. This squirrel toilet tattoo that requires no pest control whatsoever.

But really, how big is that squirrel?!

Get it from Amazon for $17.94. / Also available in alligator.

17. A real snakeskin tie or snakeskin-PRINT bow tie.,

Get them from Wizened Monkey on Etsy for $40 and from Amazon for $7.25 (+ $9 shipping).

18. This bottle of hand soap for making 'em shudder about any physical contact.

Promising Review: "I purchased this for the guest bath prior to a large number of family who came to stay at my house for a week. No one commented. I'm not sure if I crossed a line or I have a disgustingly dirty family who do not wash their hands." —Links2me

Get it from Amazon for $9.42.

19. An apocalypse prepper taxidermy mouse that's actually pretty cute but will still remind them of their humanity.

Get it from The Curious 13 on Etsy for $50.

20. An uncomfortably close Jeff Goldblum tee.

Just kidding. Goldblum can get it.

Get it from Cheesy-Puffs on RedBubble for $29.50. / Available in sizes XS–2XL.

21. And a dozen penis-shaped lipsticks you can distribute throughout the friend group.,

Promising review: "These look exactly as they do in the picture. I was half expecting something cheap and shitty but they are A. Mazing." —Amazon Customer

Get them from Amazon for $12.75.

Now go forth and be weird and gross together.

FX Productions

Reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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