Sometimes you see something that's a little out of the ordinary on Facebook Marketplace. I was mindlessly scrolling through it the other day finding stuff that I really shouldn't buy when this monstrosity caught my eye. I have to admit, I kind of want it. It's also nearby in Maple, Wisconsin.

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It's actually a Titanic "Adventure" Dual Slide Inflatable Bounce House. The description is pretty amazing.

Is your party life sinking, pick it back up with the titanic ship inflatable … Honestly what more is there to say about this inflatable Titanic beast besides WOW?! It is a site to behold in its 33 foot tall x 50 foot long x 20 foot wide insanity and neighbors from near and far will pull in to gawk at it. The titanic was rose last fall for a festival and has been folded and stored indoors ever since.

The Titanic also comes with three commercial blowers to inflate it, and ratchets so the ship doesn't blow away.

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The good news, if you don't have $6,000 they are willing to consider trade. What do you even trade for a Titanic slide?

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I suggest after your kids have a blast sliding down the bouncy house make sure they watch the movie "Titanic" so they can really soak in what the adventure was like.

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Do they have submerging musicians also playing as the ship sinks?

How about an inflatable door with Rose hogging all the space?

Kidding aside, this could be fun. Maybe someone who's in the event business will make an offer on it. I'd like to see it put to use!

The listing comes out of Maple, Wisconsin located in Douglas County.

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It's actually a bargain buying it used. The seller shared that it costs $10,997 brand new. You could even rent it out for birthday parties and events. The going price is over $500 for a rental for a party.

So what do you think? Is this a ship worth saving?

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