Eighteen Subscription Boxes I Would Never Buy (and Three I Would)

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Illustration by Laurent Hrybrk

grew up in Oregon, where the epitome of class is enrolling someone in the Harry & David Fruit of the Month Club. Now the “subscription box” business model is one of the hottest start-up trends — and whether you want to pork out or primp, there’s a subscription box marketed to you.

And while there are some good ideas out there, there are also many subscription-box entrepreneur asshats looking for a sucker. How many people want a different kind of moss delivered to their terrarium every month? Moss literally grows on trees. Hence, I’ve curated a list of stupid subscription boxes, followed by a few awesome ones below.

Subscription Boxes I Would Never Buy

Henny & Roo

Official description: “Chicken products delivered monthly.”

Because you don’t want to bore your chickens with the same old treats and toys.

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Eighteen Subscription Boxes I Would Never Buy (and Three I Would)