Who knew Vitalis was an early pioneer of the clear product movement that swept the late 80's and early '90's.
Lipton Cup-a-Soup: an even weaker attempt at soup than Ramen.
Despite the lack of skin in this ad, it's still very provocative.
Can you really call philately "playing". Hey, I said "philately". Look it up.
Polaroid successfully sued Kodak and their EK6 for patent infringement.
When I was a child, I was beaten up a lot.
My first car was a Volare. Oh... Yeah...
True story. My son tried to make a toasted cheese sandwich this way, but used a regular toaster. I had to throw it out.
Kmart was ahead of the curve on this one. Farrah hair was nigh upon us.
$45.88 in 1976 is nearly $200 today.
Because it's a real turnoff when your teeth fall out during an intimate encounter.
The possibility that his freckles could move just provides an additional element of creepiness to this ginger muffin.