dr_hermes (dr_hermes) wrote,
dr_hermes
dr_hermes

Products they need to bring back

Tetherball, lawn darts. Fizzies, Coca-Cola made with cane sugar. Drive-in movies, wooden door panels on station wagons. The little triangle window in cars that you could open without having to crack whole window down. Wooden phone booths that closed. Oh, yes and that "special" medicine for toothache...




That ads from 1885. "Say, Paw.. you notice the younguns are real active today?"
Tags: 19th century, advertising, esoterica
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