10 Ways You Never Knew You Could Become A Millionaire

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1. Doggles

Goggles for your dogs? Who’da thunk? But doggles have grown into a million dollar fashion statement that no dog should be without.

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2. Billy the Big Mouth Bass

Because no home should be without a talking fish mounted on their wall.

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3. Pet Rocks

Who needs a Furby or a Tickle-Me-Elmo when you can have a rock? These rocks with googly eyes were the brainchild of advertising exec Gary Dahl and managed to sell 1.5 million “pets” in 1975, making Dahl a millionaire.

4. Shake Weight

Exercising has never looked more glamorous.

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5. The Million Dollar Homepage

In 2005, Alex Tew had the “brilliant” idea of creating a website consisting of a million pixels and selling adspace for a dollar per pixel. About five months later he had made a million dollars.

6. Chia Pets

Why bother growing a regular plant when you can grow “plant hair” on a hippo, a cat, or even the likeness of the next president?

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7. Antenna Balls

For car enthusiasts that have accessorized every other part of their ride, the antenna is the final frontier.

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8. Lucky Wishbone Co.

Ever get down during Thanksgiving dinner because you didn’t get to snap the wishbone? Ken Ahroni solved this problem with a mass-produced plastic wishbone that snaps just like the real thing.

9. Snuggies

Staying warm never looked more ridiculous.

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10. Baby Toupee

Just in case your baby gets self-conscious of being bald. A “Donald Trump” toupee is seen below.

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