Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Magic Forehead Vision

17 comments:

Robot M said...

Polish Yogi :
http://www.unstage.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/1978249465_2659.jpg

Robot M said...

Polish Yogi :
http://www.unstage.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/1978249465_2659.jpg

Chris_Garrison said...

The Giant Marine Clam! As opposed to the Giant Land Clam?

Elana Pritchard said...

brilliant.

J. said...

Product will be delivered from 6 to 8 weeks!

Michael E. Vernon said...

Damn! as usual. Product only available in the United States. Every time there's good stuff on the tube, I cant get it. I use to think It sucked to live above the 49th parallel.

Erik B said...

haha an alien head mail away...
Kind of sick!

you could make a spoof out of it :P

EalaDubh said...

...For it is ALWAYS breakfast cereals. :)

HemlockMan said...

Steve Ditko must have see this!!!

He-Sick Sailor said...

This is back when they didn't have as many executives ruining the fun. I wish I had a time machine so I could work back then.

Gabriel Renner said...

loucura, cara!

Rossco said...

Honest to Goodness!!!
Man, do I want to see that Giant Marine Clam.

Roberto Severino said...

Such a kid friendly time, I'm sure. You can tell that the people who were making that commercial really must have loved kids, and truly understood what they really wanted in order to generate a profit.

Luke said...

They can't see in, I can see out....isn't that normaly how a head works?

EalaDubh said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hD-2htbjNjw - Giant Land Clams!

Sven Hoek said...

I love those Giant Bearded Land Clams. They are good to eat but not very filling. They're like chinese food, you want to eat some more after about an hour.

Marty Fugate said...

As a kid, I sent away for the "GIANT LIFE-SIZED SKELETON" advertised in comic books. The ad didn't say "GIANT LIFE-SIZED PAPER SKELETON." It said "GIANT LIFE-SIZED SKELETON." You can't print it if it isn't true, right?I was expecting a full-scale skeleton -- plastic bones, maybe -- but LIFE-SIZED. The skeleton finally came, in a brown paper envelope. I knew immediately it wasn't a life-sized skeleton because you can't fit a life-sized skeleton in a paper envelope.

Imagine my disappointment.