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61. P-Mate

The P-Mate is a revolutionary way for women to pee discreetly without having to pull down their pants and squat. See also Bathroom.

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62. Soap on a Rope

See also 70's, Bathroom, Hygiene.

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63. Gee, Your Hair Smells Terrific

Actual name of a shampoo in the 70's and 80's. Do they still make this stuff? See also 70's, Hygiene.

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64. Pearl Cream

Have you ever wondered why it's so hard to tell how old most Oriental women are? The answer is Pearl Cream, made from real pearls and the pulverized dignity of millions of Asian-Americans. See also Commercials, Stereotypes, Women.

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65. Lee Press On Nails

Available in both natural and glamor length. Press on! See also 80's, Women.

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66. Nads

Unfortunately named hair removal product. See also Body, Hair, Hygiene.

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67. Lady Speed Stick

Hands off, gentlemen. It's for the ladies. See also Bathroom, Hygiene, Women.

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68. Glamour Shots®

Soft-core boudoir photography from a mall portrait studio. See also 90's.

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69. Egg Pants

"Are your eggs naked? This cute new product has three stubby 'legs' which will keep your breakfast eggs standing tall and proud." See also Unnecessary.

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70. Aquanet

Aside from it's dubious contribution to hair metal, pause for a moment to consider the name. While traditional hairnets are constructed from finely woven mesh and elastic, the artificial hairnets Aquanet generates are apparently made out of aqua. See also 80's.

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