A fizzy and mind-blowing combination of cheap Champagne and equally cheap red wine (Ripple) . Posted in honor of the late Redd Foxx who starred in the TV sit-com "Sanford and Son". See also 70's, Alcohol, Sitcom.
Tom Lawson McCall, governor, on behalf of the citizens of the great state of Oregon, cordially invites you to visit... Washington or California or Idaho or Nevada or Afghanistan. Don't Californicate Oregon! That's right. Get out of our state. See also 70's.
Manufactured by Ben Cooper and Collegeville, these gems included unwearable, plastic representations of the Village People, Tattoo from Fantasy Island, and Rubik's Cube. See photos here and here. See also 70's, 80's.
Also known as decorating an object (such as a flower pot) by gluing other things to it and then adding liberal coats of varnish. See also 70's, Crafts.
For children. Inside a metal lunch box. Didn't matter if it was Barbie, Hong Kong Fooey, or Hot Wheels; the Thermos bottle had a glass lining. The lining would last approximately two days, if it didn't in fact break on the way to school. I remember actually pursing my lips and actually drinking my milk through the glass. It took the lunchbox people around eight years or so figure out that it was a bad idea. See also 70's, Children, Schools.