One of the good things about late, post-modern capitalism is that it’s open to creativity, to new ideas that can blaze new and exciting markets. Those brave enough to put their ideas to the test, however insane they may be, could end up reaping immense benefits and laugh themselves silly all the way to the bank. Think of Richard James and his Slinky, which made him $250m, or Joel Comm and his offensive iFart App, which brought him a cool $400k just for reproducing flatulence, albeit amusingly. The sky really is the limit to what you can sell for a profit. Here are some of the most bizarre services for hire, and perhaps some of the new millionaires.