I came across a product called “Bath Glove” on a recent thrifting spree. This invention seems to be a precursor of what we now know and love as the loofah. Rub a dub dub, but I don’t know if I would want to suds up with a giant toothbrush!
At any rate, Value World was asking for a price 75% off of the original cost. I just think we should find out who this model is and send it to her. She would probably love a walk down memory lane.
This is “Photo Stack”. I like how these products do not utilize the word “the”. No use for prepositions here!
This particular product strikes me as something a creeper would employ to show off his collection of photos of ladies he pressured into giving him pictures. “Hey, you are giving Glamour Shots to everyone else…Can I have one???”
I also wonder what became of this lovely model. I wonder if she is still in the industry. Although this product was made in Hong Kong, it was distributed in Bloomfield Hills, MI, according to the packaging. Perhaps she is local!
I spotted this fancy KMart brand windbreaker at an estate sale my sister and I visited. It was really my style, but was a bit past the gently used stage.
KMart guarantees satisfaction always here on the tag. I cannot recall a time I was dissatisfied with Kmart, except for the time I went into the bathroom and there was an unflushed toilet with a used pregnancy test in the bowl. But I don’t hold that against KMart.
Another cheerful design from Simplicity. I would place this pattern to around 1987. I wonder if that is a Swatch Watch. Is he about to lick her ear out?
There was a crowd that was die hard for Ed Hardy about thirteen years back. Whomever owned this lit-ass Ed Hardy print was probably very cool.
Come, my lady, come, come, my lady….you’re my butterfly Sugar, baby
Finally, Hangman. It looks like Brian Cranston’s brother was a boardgame model. No one is ever pissed on board game covers. You have to be realistic because one can get really competitive and failing to represent that is false advertising.