A live grenade. A bloody sheet with a bullet hole. A dog’s remains. A bag of pot. Inflatable dolls. Yes, Goodwill has seen some crazy stuff pass through its donation stations and this week the Fort Worth Goodwill chain is displaying it’s best (or worst) items in a “rogue gallery” in support of Goodwill Industries Week May 2-8. River Oaks store manager, Frances Lopez, said they’ve had other, well, interesting items come through as well,”We actually received a sex swing once,” she told The Dallas Morning News. The adult-size Jolly Jumper made of black leather and chrome rings sold for $20. All in all, this has to be the most successful marketing campaign Goodwill has had in years. I don’t know why they didn’t think of it before. The most interesting part of the Goodwill experience is always the crazy stuff you find. The sales are just an added bonus. I love my Goodwill, though lately the selections have been so-so, and enjoy dumping my goods in the store. I always find great, name brand dress pants there. I take them to the tailor and still spend less than half of what I would if I went to a department store. I heart Goodwill!