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20 Of The Weirdest And Grossest Garbage Pail Kids We All Loved For Some Unknown Reason

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We all know and love Cabbage Patch Kids right? They are cute, cuddly and adorable. Then there are the Garbage Pail Kids. They are not cute, not cuddly, and adorable but probably almost as popular.

These horrifyingly bizarre creations were made as sort of the parody of the Cabbage Patch Kids. They were specifically designed to be as disgusting and offensive as possible (in contrast to their inspiration) which was 100% their appeal. This was of course before the Cabbage Patch Dolls became terrifying enough on their own.

Parents hated them, schools despised them, but kids were obsessed. In 1987 there was even a movie made and the creator of the Garbage Pail Kids admits that it's a terrible movie.

How many of these do you remember? Take a look at 20 of the most popular Garbage Pail Kids out there and see if your can remember which ones you had and why you loved them so much.

1. Adam Bomb

2. Semi Colin

3. Busy Bea

4. Babbling Brooke

5. Guillo Tina

6. Abandoned Andy

7. Drippy Dan

8. Jay Decay

9. Upset Tommy

10. Swell Mel

Head to the next page to see the rest of the worst. Seriously, #20 is a doozy!

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