Trade Me has shared some of the most weird and wonderful things listed on the auction site in 2017, which captured Kiwis' imagination.
The most viewed item was a retro McDonald's playground set, which was eventually sold to a campground in Twizel and attracted more than 100,000 views to the page.
The second-most viewed listing was for an engagement ring, which the lister was "selling to buy a ute", after his girlfriend rejected his proposal. The Christchurch lad was moving on quickly, commenting that he could always "trust a ute to love him unconditionally".
One of the cheekier entries was posted after the opening game of the British & Irish Lions rugby tour and was for a "a Lions try", saying it was in "unused condition" and as rare as "a good French ref".
Another memorable listing was for a 2.4 metre high portrait of Helen Clark, which even grabbed the attention of the former PM herself, selling for $1804, with the proceeds donated to a women's refuge.
One of the more inventive offerings, which tragically wasn't sold, was for the world's first "Spa-boat" or "Spoat".
Another art piece worth an honorable mention was a doodle by Ed Sheeran, entitled 'Super Ginge", which sold for NZ$10,000, with all the proceeds also going to charity.
"Millions of items sell on Trade Me every year, but it is the weird wonders or ordinary items with extraordinary back stories that always take out our most-viewed listings of the year," said Trade Me spokesperson Millie Silvester.
If you want to pump up your views on Trade Me, Ms Silvester suggests doing a "great job with your description" and bring a "healthy dose of humour to the Q&A".