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While having a convo with a friend about shoes, he interrupts with a sidebar and THIS is what happened:

Darrin: Have u ever wondered where the parents of the Sour Patch Kids are? All these years they have been orphaned.

Bubbz: What about those poor Garbage Pail Kids? Their parents literally threw them away!

Darrin: Cabbage Patch Kids...their parents prolly turned into spinach

Bubbz: Their parents were cabbage

Darrin: We don't know that

Bubbz: Yes we do they came out of the cabbage

Darrin: Not true! It could have been evolution
Bubbz: No it says on the box they came from the cabbage 

Darrin: I need proof!!!

For Darrin and the rest of you wondering, heeere ya go! 


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