Before throwing any of your weird junk a way, it helps to turn to the Internet to see if any obsessive collectors will buy it from you first.
Well, we've done it. We've finally killed off the idea of movie monsters. Time for a whole new set.
If you go looking for hilariously terrible messages about race in pop culture, it is not hard to find them.
To make up for the plethora of failed predictions, we've had to invent sleazy new occupations that not even the most pessimistic sci-fi dystopia could have foreseen.
As a guy who used to work at one of those stores, I can assure you there is way more to these 'health' products than bulk-up shakes and that most of the products are actually terrible for you.
Here's a guide to answering the tough questions without revealing what a monster you actually are.
Censorship is a no-win situation.
Now that you are grown up you can solve that problem the best way we know how: by throwing money at it.
Before we get into the results, I want to say thank you to the many hundreds who answered my very, very stupid questions.
You know that joke about how Japan has vending machines that sell used schoolgirl panties, for the pervert on the go? Well, those aren't even the weirdest ones.
The people creating stuff for children clearly don't have issues corrupting their frail little minds.
How Hollywood-tainted is our concept of this ubiquitous life-saving technique?
Dealing with cheaters doesn't have to be all banning. Some developers decided to get hilariously creative.