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A series of trading cards released in 1985 meant to parody The Cabbage Patch Dolls

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  • Sep 18, 2009
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I remember collecting these as a kid, the characters are usually pretty disgusting but, hilariously clever.
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Each sticker card featured a Garbage Pail Kid character, with some comical abnormality and/or suffering some terrible fate, and a humorous, word play-rich character name. Two (and occasionally three) versions of each card were produced, with variations featuring the same artwork but different character names. Fifteen regular series were released in the United States, with various sets released in other countries. Two large format card editions were also released, as well as a set of posters.

--http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garbage_Pail_Kids
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Comedy, 1980s, Humor, 80s, Trading Cards

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