15 Dinosaurs: £2
When asked how much the large dinosaur was, the seller said “£1, but you can have them all for £2.”
Ted had only noticed a few others when he handed over the money, but the lady seller gathered up fifteen of the fearsome beasts!
Wooden Box: £1
Like the other box, it will contain the yet-to-be-ascertained useful things that should be kept in a wooden box like this.
Sponge Dice: 20p
Whilst not being permitted for use in a gaming establishment owing to the fact that it is not a perfect cube, it is at least valid, in that the number of spots on opposite sides add up to 7.
Some people will be wondering why on earth someone would want a sponge dice, but then again there are people who do not appreciate the usefulness of clip-on-the-car reindeer antlers.
2 Boxes of K’Nex: £5
Last week, Ted came across two sellers each of whom were attempting to charge £10 for their almost-empty box of K’Nex! Ted exhibited his well-practised look of astonishment and horror and walked on – and when Ted was ready to go home, they were still unsold.
In case you’re wondering why Ted is buying yet more K’Nex, it’s because he is thinking about making a smaller version of his K’Nex fruit machine: