93% of people can't figure out the names of these Garbage Pail Kids. Can you?

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Jody Mabry

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Garbage Pail Kids were a predominately trading card series, released in 1985 as a parody of the popular Cabbage Patch Kids. The cards humorously displayed doll-like characters as injured, gross and deformed. The cards were banned in some schools, because they were considered to be inappropriate and a distraction in class. See how many of these Garbage Pail Kids you can identify from an image.

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Kids can make our heads feel like they are going to explode. But Adam Bomb takes things to a new level with a detonator and his own exploding head. He is number eight in the original and giant series. Due to his popularity, the card, as Adam Bomb, has appeared on the wrapper cover for the first five series. However, he wasn't cool enough to star in "The Garbage Pail Kids Movie."

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Brainy Janie is a great example of how people see brainiacs and their huge brain-filled heads. She is card 27 in the original and giant series.

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Up Chuck relishes in the glory of vomiting babies, as he is spitting out a variety of toys such as blocks and a truck. He is featured as card three in both the original and giant series.

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Tee-Vee Stevie shows the 1980s concern about how TV can turn kids into mindless zombies. Tee-Vee Stevie is the tenth card of the original and giant series. He also appears as Geeky Gary alongside Sicky Vicky on a school folder.

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Vanity starts young, but Hairy Mary may just need a little more time in front of the mirror than most. Hairy Mary is card 12 in the original and giant series.

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Junkfood John is the second in the Garbage Pail Kid Series. Junkfood john is also featured alongside Rappin' Ron on school folders, on t-shirts, and in the original, flashback and giant series of cards.

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It doesn't take much to wind up a child, but Spacey Stacy comes with her own key. Symbolically she is similar to R2-D2 in the "Star Wars" franchise, but she hangs with a nastier crowd than everyone's favorite droid. She is the 13th card in the original and giant series. She also appears as Ashcan Andy next to Roy Bot on a school folder.

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Potty Scotty may be cleaning the toilet, and for toilet training parents they know exactly why. Potty Scotty is the 14th card in the original and giant series. He also appears with Jenny Jelly on a school folder.

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Any parent knows the plight of child injury. Mauled Paul seems to have thrown a decade's worth of injury into one. He is the 15th card in the original and giant series.

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Witches are notorious for their haggy features. Haggy Maggie was the antagonist of the Garbage Pail Kids animated series episode, "Wizard of Odd." She is card 16 of the original and giant series.

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Wacky Jackie is card 17 in the original series, a loco-motion card flashback card and a "Where are they now" flashback card.

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Kids are notorious for getting into things they shouldn't. Jay Decay must have gone too far. Now, he is a zombie wandering through the world for his next meal. Cabbage Patch Kids, watch out! Jay Decay, sometimes known as Dead Ted, is the fifth card in the original and giant series.

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Cindy Lopper may test the waters on chopping off a child's head. But, the name parodies the popular 1980's singer, Cindy Lauper. The card is 37 in the original and giant series.

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Kids might find a correlation to the beginnings of acne when they first began collecting Garbage Pail Kids cards. A little pop here and a little pop there, Crater Chris popped onto the trading card scene as number 19 in the original and giant series.

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A little touchy when the card was released, even for the Garbage Pail Kids franchise. Swell Mel is the first that touches on an acceptance of drag queens and cross-dressers. Swell Mel was card 20 in the original and giant series.

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Sicky Vicky is a play on the grossness of being sick, with snot trickling down her face and a variety of medicines and other objects that just won't help. She is card 21 in the original and giants series. She also appears with Geeky Gary on a school calendar.

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Ever notice that smell emanating from your kid's room? Stinky Stan may give you a hint to the source. He's card 22 in the original and giant series.

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Leaky Lou has as many holes as Swiss cheese. This card might represent a child's ability to spill anything, but likely, as a Garbage Pail Kids card, it represents something more sinister. The card is number 23 in the original and giant series.

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Scary Carrie has a hard time meeting friends. It could be her looks or the fact that she's always picking her nose. She is card 25 in the original and giant series.

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Slobby Robbie loves his sweets, as is obvious by his scale-breaking obesity. If your kids love sweets you might want to heed this card's warning. Slobby Robbie is card 26 in the original and giant series. He's sometimes called Fat Matt.

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Oozy Suzy melts like a candle. Oh, wait! She is a candle. This card can represent melt-downs or the dangers of playing with fire. She is card 28 in the original and giant series.

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Bony Joanie is all bones, which may represent one of two 1980s plights - eating disorders and African famine. She is card 29 in the original and giant series. She's sometimes called Thin Lynn.

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Ouch! Some kids are just brutal to their toys. Just look at Art Apart. This card is number six in the original and giant series. It is also a reminder of why you don't buy kids expensive toys.

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Graffiti Petey is the quintessential bad boy punk rocker of the 1980s. With a mohawk and sunglasses, he appears on card 30 in the original and giant series.

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A little on the morbid side, but really, which Garbage Pail Kid isn't? The Fryin' Brian card shows a Garbage Pail Kid being electrocuted in an electric chair. What in the world could card number four have done to wind up in this situation?

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Ouchie! Flat Pat forgot one of the first rules a parent teaches you: "Look both ways before crossing the street." She is flattened on card 31 in the original and giant series.

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Nobody is going to question why Chilly Millie is so cold. After all, she is frozen in a block of ice. Could this be a play of the 1980s fascination with cryogenics? Chilly Millie is card 32 in the original and giant series.

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Savage Stuart is a play on ancient and barbarian civilizations. He is card 33 in the original and giant series. he is also the star of the Garbage Pail Kids animated series, episode, "Savage Stuart."

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April showers bring May flowers. Everyone knows the song. But, April Showers shows just why kids shouldn't carry their umbrella in a lightning storm. April Showers is card seven in the original and giant series. She can also be seen as Stormy Heather with Live Mike on a school folder.

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Anna Banana likes three things: bananas, trees and drool. She is card 34 in the original and giant series. She also appears in the Garbage Pail Kids animated series, episode, "Hairy Gary."

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Wrinkly Randy is perhaps the oldest living Garbage Pail Kid. While he doesn't get around much, he has appeared in several of the animated episodes. He is card 35 in the original and giant series.

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Tommy Tomb is dressed as a popular mummy as he escapes his sarcophagus. This card is represented in both a male character and a female character as Wrappin' Ruth. Tommy Tomb is card 36 of the original and giant series.

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Lizard Liz is obviously a lizard. However, her card is unique in that it appears to be unfinished along the upper and lower parts of the card. This is obviously an intentional design choice, but a rare one among the Garbage Pail Kids. Lizard Liz is card 38 in the original and giant series.

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Buggy Betty has a close resemblance to a character in the popular 1980's movie, "The Fly." She also plays a minor role in the animated series episode, "Idaho Spud and the Temple of Trash." She is card 39 in the original and giant series.

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Unstitched Mitch is one of a few cards that touches on a child's ability to tear apart their toys - namely dolls. Unstitched Mitch has been through a lot, but as long as he can keep his innards together he might just be okay. He is card 40 in the original and giant series.

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Nasty Nick is the first of all Garbage Pail Kids in both the main series and the flashback series. He is based on the legendary character, Dracula.

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Mean Gene may look familiar, as the 1980s were fixated on the one-man-army. Think Rambo and even the action figure G.I. Joe. Just out of the Vietnam War, Mean Gene looks like he wasn't quite ready to put down his weapons.

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Kids get into the darndest things. How about a nest of spiders? Itchy Richie is the eleventh card in the original and giant series. He also appears with Dizzy Dave on a school folder.

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Another contentious card in its time, Nerdy Norm is found with some hard vices - smoking and a ton of coffee. Whether he is about to have a nervous breakdown or simply has some bad habits, Nerdy Norm isn't your typical kid. He is card 24 in the original and giant series.

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Drunk Ken plays with the idea of a drunk's "pink elephants." Drunk Ken stumbles down the street dressed as a hobo in card nine of the original series. He's sometimes known as Boozin' Bruce.

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Cranky Frankie is the little devil who is plain tired of school. What better way to show his anger than to grind up his textbooks. He appears as the 18th card in the original and giant series.

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