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    • Heather Jones

      Product Fails: The Weirdest Stuff Ever Designed. Excuse me but that was the big thing all the kids wanted in the 70s the pet rock made a lot of money don't say it's a fail

    • Mary Jones

      Pet Rocks were a 1970s collectible conceived in Los Gatos, California by advertising executive Gary Dahl. In April 1975, Dahl was in a bar listening to his friends complain about their pets. This gave him the idea for the perfect "pet": a rock.[1] A rock would not need to be fed, walked, bathed, groomed and would not die, become sick, or be disobedient. The fad lasted about six months and made him a millionaire,

    • Deedee Ann

      Pet Rock (Never had one myself but that didn't mean I didn't want one)

    • Libby Gross

      Pet Rocks, complete with owner's manual. Such a good pet.

    • Kym Pinterest

      We really did love our pet rocks!

    • Nancy Smith ⚓

      I had to make my own...Pet Rock

    • Kristin Sleek

      Pet mom had one!

    • Authentica Classics

      Yes I had one...Pet Rock

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