I am a dumb mo74er fu*^3r most the time, but occasionally come up with brilliant ideas...like purchasing a fleshlight 4 years ago.
I'm about to give one to you (an idea, not a fleshlight)...with a condition attached that will end up meaning The Day the Ponies Come Back (2000) to you once you have it (if you even read it out of the 4,000 responses you will receive on this thread).
Crapster needs to offer one the ability to pay a lesser cost for the Bag-O-Feces in virtual form. This will give people (who are interested) the opportunity to see what the hell you would be sending them before you send it. Hell, you could even charge a slight bit less (I'm sure there is some algorithm that would help figure it out) and allow them to opt out of receiving it (and, perhaps, get a small cut of the initial "investment" back as extra incentive).
The point here is that you might want to send me a The Day the Ponies Come Back (2000) magnet in that bag that is literally, to me, worth paying you to take back (a picture of Joe Pesci wearing Victoria's Secret with a magnetic backing, for instance). But that magnet is quite likely worth a great deal to someone else. Now with that said, maybe i'm not the type who wants to just toss it back to you for 10 cents on the dollar...I want to sell that PWNY to someone who would pay more than I did (hehehe...arent we enterprising..?).
So you offer them an ebay-type mechanism that allows them to either set a buyout price or time limit for bidding wars.
Some people enjoy just open-sea fishing for the rush. Some enjoy catching an occasional sword fish to stuff and keep above their fireplace. Some enjoy selling that sword fish for 15,000 dollars to another guy who wants to dance with it under the moonlight at their daughter's 2nd wedding. Some enjoy catching a tuna, finding a guy who has an odd affinity for tuna that makes it equally as valuable as a sword fish and is willing to buy for a bit heftier price than most. And some want to just throw that tuna back. Regardless, with a mechanism like this, one would think wasteful sending would be largely eliminated and you would give a lottery-type effect that is proven to be effective in motivating more site traffic (which turns into profits too).
Now the condition(s)--yes I changed my mind: 1) email me at email@example.com if you have more questions. this is not the whole thing and there are a host of issues not covered in this basic outline, but dangit it's is a good enough start to (maybe) get your attention. 2) give me a low paying job that allows me to give you more ideas and afford moving up from ramen noodles to hotpockets while I go to school to continue with my degree in behavior economics and educational psychology.