5 Awesome Things on eBay this week
This pin reminds me of the 70s Superhero fridge magnets I collect and adore. If there is a fridge magnet equivalent to this, it will be mine! This I swear!
Look I found the most dated reference clothing ever. If you wear this, expect at least once to explain a) Who Billy Carter is and b) the TV Show Dallas. I recommend using “Who Shot Mr. Burns” as a teaching aid with anyone under 30.
Remco in the 1960s was one of those companies that really took chances with concepts. This toy is like a “Make your own Senior Wences” kit, which you could probably just put together with stuff around the house. The name “Fist Faces” though, m’waaaaa Chef’s Kiss.
I don’t think I had these books as a kid but I would have eaten them up like franks and beans.
Remember that episode of Charlie’s Angels where they went scuba diving? I don’t but it probably did happen on the show. The Hasbro Charlies Angels toys were really cool and tried to combine adventure with fashion, I applaud them for that. Also, this set contains pieces from a very rare mail-away Super Joe set to boot. Lots to love here!
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5 Awesome things on eBay this week