Gargabage : noun : [gahr-guh-bij]
Definition: An item, once useful, that is now so utterly useless that it cannot even be donated to the likes of Goodwill or the Salvation Army.
You all know what sort of gargabage I'm talking about. That metal deathtrap in your garage that you once called an organizer? Yeah, that's the one. Or how about those clothes from the 90s, rotting away in storage, that you're keeping for your grandchildren? They probably make the grade as well. Basically anything that is of the "one man's junk is every other man's junk too" variety of garbage.