Ridiculous Kickstarter Campaigns People Actually Supported

It seems anything goes on Kickstarter these days.
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A Flying Bicycle

The “world’s first” flying bicycle apparently didn’t even require a license to fly and could reach up to 4K feet. Too bad it didn’t reach its goal, though. Who doesn’t want an ET flying moon pic of their own?

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Watermelon Holder

This campaign only got $332 of it’s $25K goal, though. Oh well. We’ll just have to keep carrying our watermelons the old-fashioned way.

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Pirate Pancakes

The Pirate Pancake Griddle was successfully funded for $18,633. Those who paid at least $93 each got the actual griddle. Everyone else had to settle for a 3D vector file to print one of their own.

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Launch A Tardis Into Space

There were several attempts to send a real Tardis into space. Doctor Who fans gave nearly $90K to make one of these attempts a reality.

No word about whether this actually happened or still will happen. The last Twitter page for the campaign hasn’t updated since February.

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Potato Salad

Zack “Danger” Brown started his campaign with the goal of raising $10 to make potato salad. He’s raised nearly $10k at last count. There’s still 25 days to go on the campaign.

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Miley Cyrus Shirts

Bañaga surpassed his goal of $300 to create 20 t-shirts of Miley twerking with her tongue out. No word on raising for the inevitable copyright infringement suit.

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Write Dumb Stuff In The Sky

People actually gave nearly $7K to allow this guy to write “OMG I’m flying!” and “Tweet me bro!”

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Lionel Richie’s Head

Some British raised £8016 (USD$13K), to make a giant inflatable sculpture of Lionel Richie’s head.

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Floating Pool In A River

The “Floating East River Pool” will be available to the good citizens of New York City in 2016 already raised $16K past their goal to do it.

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