It’s Amazon Prime Day, a.k.a. Christmas in July, a.k.a. the day your savings account recites a Hail Mary as you pile your digital shopping cart with items you never knew you needed in life (…but #DEALS!). If you haven’t already fallen down the rabbit hole and into the land of useless knick-knacks and cooking gadgets, we’ve got 10 items that are absolutely unnecessary, but you’ll probably buy anyway. Scroll down to check them out. And just to make things clear, you have nobody to blame for these purchases but yourself.

Ice Cream Sandwich Maker

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The fact that this is shaped like an ice cream sandwich makes it kind of adorable, but it’s certainly something you’ll use once, forget about, and then complain about your lack of cabinet space.

Grill Timer Watch

Amazon

Because math and telling time is hard for you, yet family members still trust you to handle food over an open flame.

Pineapple Corer, Slicer, and Wedger

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Since you obviously eat pineapple every day of your life, this is a necessary purchase.

Chips and Dip Bowl

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Don’t you just hate it when you have to pick up a chip and dip it in a separate bowl? Ugh. The freakin’ worst.

Greek Yogurt Maker

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Chobani is great and all, but clearly your homemade version is going to taste much better. Insert the eye roll emoji.

Star Wars Salt and Pepper Shakers

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This doesn’t need an explanation. When you see something Star Wars-themed, you buy it. Plus, won’t be it be super fun to say “Luke, I am your seasoning?”

X-Ray Oven Mitt

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For those who really want to know what their hand would look life if it was burnt in a 425 degree oven.

Wood Bucket Ice Cream Maker

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Just like the good ‘ol days when ice cream-making as simple, except not for $39.05 on Amazon.

Handheld Strawberry Slicer

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Strawberry is the fruit of the summer, but knives apparently no longer exist. Or maybe they just hibernate until fall.

Butter Churn

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Honestly, we don’t hate this. Churning butter in a mason jar ranks pretty highl on our list of “Things We Want to Try at Some Point in Our Lives.”
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