While in the 1970s and early 1980s the use of faux eyes was prevalent in a lot of novelty and counter-culture jewelry in 1962 I’d have been very intrigued by any girl non-conformist enough to wear the eye necklace.
From Linda Carter, Student Nurse #6 (July 1962).
If someone had ever said to me, “I don’t believe it is possible that a marketing agency could create an advertisement about microwaveable meals that successfully evokes the idea of risky, anonymous oral sex in the bathroom stall of a bus station.”
My reply would have been, “On the contrary. I think it is inevitable.”
Spotted in a local grocery store, 9-21-09.
Euphemistically published in Calling All Girls (January 1947).
Thanks to President Obama and his policies, Al Qaeda have fallen on desperate times and have had to resort to robbing banks in San Diego for their fund raising.
Screenshot from the local section of Google News, September 14, 2009.
Wiglaf doesn’t fare to well against a dragon in a 1953 re-telling of Beowulf. From The Wonder Story Books – They Were Brave and Bold. Art by Florence and Margaret Hoopes.