Included in this commercial are (in order): sunglasses, skis, shirtless archery, shirtless boxing, vigorous toweling, the donning of a mock-turtleneck, a woman running in a red dress, the closing of a brief case that appears to perhaps contain a gun, the closing of a lighter, the red-dress woman again, the striking of a cue ball, the rolling of dice, the dunking of an olive in a martini, nuzzling, and a speed boat. Or, in other words, my typical Thursday night. See also 80's.
This baby doll actually has a bottle that she drinks from, and not long after it comes out in her makeshift diaper. See also 80's.
What your little brother was going to be if he touched your stuff again. See also 80'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.