01. We're going to have a garage sale, so we can sell some of the [junk] we have piled up in the basement.
02. What is all the [junk] on the table in the kitchen?
03. This stereo system is just [junk]; if you want something good, you've got to pay for it.
04. My car is a piece of [junk] that I couldn't sell for more than about a thousand bucks.
05. Our CD player is broken, and it's cheaper to buy a new one than to repair it, so I'm just going to [junk] it.
06. We had to [junk] all the computers in the office because they were so old that none of the new software would work on them.
07. He was all strung out on [junk] when the police picked him up.
08. One man's [junk] is another man's treasure.
09. The kids rented a video, and bought a bunch of [junk] food for their sleep-over.
10. My wife receives all kinds of [junk] mail from new age religions and weird spiritualists.
11. We bought some pizza, pop and a bunch of [junk] food for the party.
12. We receive about 5 items of [junk] mail every day.
13. The police are warning people that there is some bad [junk] going around, so if you're a user, be careful or it's going to hurt you.
14. Everyone is going to have to [junk] all their VCRs when DVDs take over the market.
15. People around the world have [junked] their communist regimes and embraced democracy.
16. He [junked] all his idealist notions once he had lived in the real world for a few years.
17. Naturalists have discovered that squirrels in city parks often prefer to eat the [junk] food that people offer them, rather than looking for food themselves.
18. Americans receive enough [junk] mail in one day to produce enough energy to heat 250,000 homes.
19. Studies show that the average American's diet today consists of 55 percent [junk] food.
20. Thomas Edison once said that to invent, you need a good imagination, and a pile of [junk].
21. The body of a dead [junkie] was found in an alley today with the needle still in his arm.
22. Their house was robbed by some [junkie] trying to get enough money together to buy himself a fix.
23. In Switzerland, where heroin is available on prescription, many [junkies] have been able to live normal lives, due to the fact that they no longer have to spend all their time trying to score their next fix.
24. Robert MacNeil once said of television that it has created a nation of news [junkies] who tune in every night to get their fix on the world.
25. Kathy Ireland once observed that beauty comes in all ages, colors, shapes, and forms. God never makes [junk].

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