@LaserEyes so I feel like the last couple irks I’ve got were disappointing. But they each included a set of sheets (among the random other things). Not bad for $5, and with two kids in various stages of potty training and hopefully moving to their own beds, I can definitely use them!
@radi0j0hn I think I’ve received 2 sets of sheets in 2 separate irks lately. Last one had some sort of iphone charger case, 3 lipstick things, and some masks. It had been pretty common to find one of those trackr pixels in the past. Maybe a wallet or purse that is way too ugly (but my kids have fun with them).
@radi0j0hn It can be literally anything that they sell, or have ever sold, and sometimes it’s art that their warehouse manager, Joe, makes that’s a one off. They’re really cool if you’re into horror themed things.
It’s mostly phone chargers of various forms, tracker tags with batteries that don’t work and Disney princess gift bags and Claws kids shoes. Sometimes socks and undies of random sizes. They used to always have weird coffee mugs that had handles that were only connected from the top (I have two and actually kinda like them), but I think they finally ran out of those.
I’ve also received a pressure cooker, a $120 toothbrush, $80 head phones and various bags that we use for pretty much everything.
They call it IRK for a reason. It’s mostly uselessness, but sometimes it’s surprising. It’s always kinda fun, even if you just donate most of the crap in the box.
@radi0j0hn Most of the stuff in them originally sold for more than $ 5-just depends if any of the stuff is things you can use whether is it worth it to you or not.
Most of the fun is in getting a box that you have no idea what is in it.
I did get one of the best things if not the best thing ever in an IRK-got an unboxed xbox series x late last year (someone else got just the empty box)-gave it to my son who registered it and it had never been registered before so it was new. Someone else got a new Sony playstation during another mehrathon.