From the Hungry Series by Made By Moxie.
Or perhaps you’re more interested in advertising icons? Check out Moxie’s Drano sculpture.
“Just kill me now.”
Other possible titles for this post:
The Scales Of Injustice
What? And Ruin The Valentine’s Day Gift?
This 1955 ad for Borg scales found at A Christmas Yuleblog.
If anyone is interested, I’d love a set of these Pawn Star Bobble Heads, please. But I’ll need an extra Chumlee because I somehow just know that when I play with them, he’s at risk…
She finally got to the show, finally got a photo of her in her pretty hat published, and there Ethel is – blowing her nose. …Looks like Johnny’s eating a booger too. Oh, everyone was so proud.
This is the back cover of “367 prize winning household hints” from The Armour Radio Show Hint Hunt, a booklet from the daily CBS radio show. (Some tips are better than others — or at least the prizes awarded would be different.)
According to the booklet, which looks to be from the 1940s, there was to be a series of Hint Hunt booklets; however, this is the only booklet I’ve seen, the dirty rotten liars.
I love Sugar Pops, so I was tempted to buy this glass when I spotted it at a local thrift shoppe; maybe I should have because I don’t see this glass mug or anything similar in Sugar Pops stuff at eBay.
Cheetah Velour’s photo of a window display in Palm Springs.
This hot mug steamin’ full of the 80’s totally wants to make you hang out on your mom’s sofa, right? (Atari 1980 Olympic Sponsor Coffee Mug for sale at Etsy.)
Who says fast food dumbs you down?