Alligator Foot, Kangaroo Scrotum, etc.

Scanning the Groundspeak forums for threads on the weirdest things people have found in geocaches, came up with a short list culled from several threads:

  • A metal artificial hip
  • A dime-bag
  • A specimen cup
  • A speculum
  • Bottle rockets
  • A $50 JCPenney gift card
  • A large turd
  • A turtle
  • A stun gun (non-working)
  • Religion
  • A roach. Not the insect.
  • A personal pleasure device for women (hot pink)
  • A used Brillo pad
  • An old sock
  • A piston from a small engine
  • A varnished alligator foot
  • Surgical gloves
  • Emergency water packets with instructions in Japanese
  • A bag of molt from an iguana
  • Mini chess pieces put in an ear plug case
  • A urinal cake
  • A plastic squeaky toy figure of a Nun in black robes
  • Leopard-spotted furry handcuffs
  • A kangaroo scrotum
  • A pregnancy test kit
  • A jar of the cache owner’s dog’s ashes (as a travelbug)

So far Miles and I haven’t been treated to anything quite so outrageous, though we have found some excellent items (a French wooden submarine model kit still tops the bill), but I look forward to the day when I’ve got some ‘splainin’ to do.

2 Replies to “Alligator Foot, Kangaroo Scrotum, etc.”

  1. OK.
    Real question, but it begs a punchline:

    “How can you tell it’s a kangaroo’s scrotum?”

    A: It’s pouchy.
    A: Because he’s hopping mad.
    A: Ask Lorena Bobbitt.

    Anyone?

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