Every week I uncover more Sesame Street clothing I wish I could find in a XXL. PS what the heck is a potholder vest?
Amsco was a division of Milton Bradley and during their tenure they made some really fun creative and memorable toys. 1975’s roster included Sesame Street, Classic Monsters, Planet of the Apes and even the Waltons in some unique items. Check out the 1975 Amsco Toy Catalog here.
In1977, Fisher Price promoted the Little People Sesame Street Clubhouse by creating a gigantice model of it. The happy memories I had playing with this toy are only slightly shadowed by the original Sesame Street set by FP. I look at this thing and it cheers me up, always will. I need to know if this […]
I actually am kind of angry that I never saw this as a kid, it’s incredible!
If you’re a kid of the 1970s, chances are the sight of the limbless cherubic Fisher Price Little people will bring a smile to your face. These simple (and indestructable!) toys were the deserved kings of the preschool aisle during the polyester decade Here are the top ten Fisher Price Little People Sets: 10) Sesame […]
Sesame Street turned 45 this week and honestly, I felt like I should have gotten it something. So in honour of this momentous occasion, I’m going to try and make my desktop look like this wonderful device. Sure, my blogging will suffer but I’ll be happier overall….
I would love to send an adult sized Oscar sweater back to myself in college.
I absolutely need to get that big cardboard playset, I plan on living there…
I have no idea what Bert and Ernie have to do with office equipment but I need a working set straight away, if only to torture my wife with my “Mr Tudball from the Carol Burnett show” impersonation.
For the trillionth time I’d like to mention any of these in an adult size would be welcome in my house. Get on that anonymous corporation that doesn’t read my blog! This is not fashion mockery, this is fashion victory.
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