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Garbage Pail Kids were the punk answer to Cabbage Patch kids. Of course, the older models of iceboxes were very fancy, and the refrigerators that replaced them were definitely not as cool (especially the green ones). There aren’t very many newer models of these in homes because this item was replaced with similar items with multi purposes. There are some much sleekER models of this item on the market today, but what would you call this vintage appliance? Though not much has changed in the way of sound for vacuum cleaners, there are much sleeker designs. While stand mixers haven’t changed a whole lot in terms of what they do, their designs have changed quite a bit. These days, a stand mixer doesn’t just mix. When we look at our iPads and Xboxes these days, we should be thankful for the crazy programming skills involved in creating the Atari consoles. These days, you can scroll through your social media to contact those you know, or you can simply start typing their name (or nickname) into your phone and their contact info will pull up. What was her name? The signature look of this cookie is where it gets its name.

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