Entries Tagged “60's”

Funny Drinks

1. Babycham

A fake Champagne made of fermented pears that was popular in the UK in the 60's and 70's. Also, the first alcoholic drink to be advertised on British television, and a product well known for it's iconic logo. See also 60's, Alcohol, British.

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Funny Toys

2. Fist Faces

Your fist becomes a real moving, wiggling, twitching face!
See also 60's.

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Funny Movies

3. Rat Pfink A Boo Boo Shop

A 60's movie with the world's silliest title. See also 60's.

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Funny Instruments

4. Moog Synthesizer

See also 60's.

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Funny Movies

5. Santa Claus Conquers the Martians Shop

Yes, it's real. See also 60's, Christmas.

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Funny Products

6. Hai Karate

The Axe Body Spray of the late 1960's. Named after the self-defense maneuver a wearer would need to employ against aggressive female admirers. See also 60's.

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Funny Advice

7. Careful, Robin. Both Hands on the Bat-Rope.

See also 60's, Television.

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Funny Phrases

8. It's Digestible

As seen on the labels of old cans of Crisco. See also 60's.

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Funny Movies

9. Eegah! Shop

See the summary on Wikipedia. See also 60's.

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Funny Toys

10. Wood Burning Kit

What my dad got for his tenth birthday in the sixties. Unsurprisingly, it's since been discontinued. See also 60's.

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