12 Everyday Things That Are Way Too Expensive

Ice Cubes: $325

Why would anyone pay for something that melts? Well, if you want a cool drink and avoid the “traditional machine-ice, generally made with local tap water, may contain upwards of 150 impurities and carcinogens, resulting in poor-tasting and potentially unhealthy ice” then you’ll have no problem paying $325 for 50 premium ice cubes sold by Gläce Ice.

Being “an engineered product protected in a resealable package, ensuring a sanitary chain of custody from origin to enjoyment”, Gläce Ice cubes are apparently “healthier” than traditional ones. Or, you could simply make your own ice cubes at home, free of charge.

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