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Updated on September 7, 2011

Buying Garbage Online

Trash accumulates, but sometimes not fast enough. All too infrequently we find ourselves searching online for more garbage. Fear not: opportunities for purchasing junky stuff will never dwindle. Sellers of garbage and garbage-related accoutrement prosper in any economy.

We aggregated the latest and greatest trends in garbage products, which we summarize here for your perusal. You must shop, but shop wisely. Browse our selections. Consider carefully your purchasing options. Jump in with your credit card and take the plunge into our great steamy pile of garbage. In the long run, you'll find what you were looking for.

Everyone needs a little refuse in their life. We're here to help.

Rachel Ray wants you to put your garbage here.
Rachel Ray wants you to put your garbage here.

Rachael Ray Garbage Bowl

Ms. Rachel Ray burst upon the scene as a TV chef and talk show host. In short order she blossomed into a complete line of cooking-related products available in finer department stores everywhere. If you don't own a Rachel Ray culinary collection, you're deficient in the kitchen.

Start your collection, or add to it, by accumulating several Garbage Bowls for your garbage food. Whatever you cook can be served with extremely low expectations when it's served up in these bowls. No one will complain about the food when the container has the word 'garbage;' in it. These bowls have a rubberized base so your garbage won't slip and fall.

Trashy, but classy
Trashy, but classy

High Road TrashStand™ Floor Litter Bag

Road trips generate trash. Undesirable detritus gathers under seats and threatens to bury smaller members of the traveling party. Passengers get lost in wrappers, bottles, cans, and brochures from truck stops.

Beat the garbage into submission with a floor-based litter bag from High Road. It's incredibly stylish, given that it's full of refuse. Hide it behind the third seat in your expensive SUV so the kids aren't embarrassed to ride with their friends. The sealed seams will not leak: dump out your cold coffee and lukewarm latte with impunity.

Garbage can be fun for little kids
Garbage can be fun for little kids

Wader Basics Garbage Truck

Collecting unwanted items is a messy stinky yucky job that hardly anyone wants to do. However, you can purchase a children's toy that just might inspire your favorite little ones to grow up and gain gainful employment in the refuse collection industry.

This adorable toy truck is constructed of durable plastic and is guaranteed not to stink up the neighborhood like a real trash truck. The bed actually goes up and down, just like the real garbage truck that trundles weekly through your neighborhood. Add in a few decorator orange peels and depleted yogurt cups to create a life-like experience for ambitious toddlers and grown-ups.

Hilarious Garbage
Hilarious Garbage

Funny Fred Garbage Can

It's a talking garbage can. No lie.

Funny Fred consumes your garbage like no other contrived cartoonish character modeled to look like a trash receptacle. Don't even consider purchasing Hilarious Hilary Dumpsters or Amusing Andrew plastic trash bags. Forget about the Silly Susan reusable vacuum filters. Walk confidently into the Dollar Store and ask the clerk for authentic Funny Fred products.

This toy requires 2 AA batteries, which are included.

Collect 'em all!
Collect 'em all!

Topps Garbage Pail Kids

Trading cards? Yes! Back in the day, every self-respecting parent wanted their kid to grow up to play baseball or be a Garbage Pail Kid. To that end, the Topps Corporation introduced volumes of trading cards commemorating both professions.

Many kids opted for traditional baseball cards, but huge numbers of discerning collectors and juveniles took the low road by accumulating Garbage Pail Kids cards. This product will take you back to the good ol' days, when men were men and garbage sat by the curb being picked over by wayward children.

Each pack comes with some gum. Don't confuse it with the garbage.


Garbage will always be with us. Get involved before it's too late.


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    • breakfastpop profile image

      breakfastpop 6 years ago

      I feel like I already buy garbage. My garbage bill is ridiculous!

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      Rob 6 years ago from Bay Ridge Brooklyn NY

      Great gifts for Oscar the grouch. He loves trash.