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Didn’t Have A Sporting Chance

1970 – Coca‑Cola introduces its first sports drink when Olympade is test marketed in the United States. The packaging features a logo for the U.S. Olympic Committee – one of the few times the USOC allowed the use of the rings and Olympic name on a product

 

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Cherry Popped

love this Kid Kane Cherry Coke art from 1986 

bless Kid Kane, whoever he is

and bless the 80s design of the Cherry Coke can, which is my true spirit animal

and PLEASE, do yerself a flavor and watch this one AND this one!

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The Breast of Blind Melon

buxom-melons

this was an actual company name and a product they sold, and the Buxom lady’s trademark was filed on December 27, 1943, meaning people loved double entendre boob jokes back in the 40s.  bless those peoples!!

here’s some more great crate art from the filthy fine folks of F.H. Hogue Co., although sadly not as double entendrey as ‘Buxom Melons’.  what, was ‘Beeting Off‘ or ‘Endive Into Your Pants‘ too racy of a company name???

blushing-vegetavbkes

on-rush-veggies

foot-high

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Killer Cereal

two things I didn’t know…

Bugles are 52 years old!!!

bugles

bugles 2

and they TWICE tried to make cereals out of them!

cornados

cornados cereal

sugar cones

13 more forgotten cereals from the 1960s

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