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My name is Robin, I'm a travel agent and I also do stand-up comedy.  I have a lot of different interests, and I just post whatever I find amusing or weird.  I have a tendency to go off on tangents, so my blog doesn't make any sense sometimes.

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bublog:

The Story of BUB’s Miraculous Recovery as She RACES UP THE STAIRS

I love Lil Bub!  She can do anything! 

Tagged: lilbubkittiesso cuuuute

so sad.

so sad.

Source: tastefullyoffensive

superseventies:

Roll collars for winter - New Zealand Woman, May 1974

superseventies:

Roll collars for winter - New Zealand Woman, May 1974

Tagged: vintage fashionso retro

Source: adelphe

wehadfacesthen:

Tuesday Weld, 1959, 16 years old

wehadfacesthen:

Tuesday Weld, 1959, 16 years old

Tagged: tuesday weld

cracked:

sesamestreet:

The problem with Wookie Cookies.

Is this the best gif on the entire Internet or what

cracked:

sesamestreet:

The problem with Wookie Cookies.

Is this the best gif on the entire Internet or what

Tagged: sesame street

Source: sesamestreet

weirdvintage:

Colored toilet paper was introduced in the 1950s, and remained popular until the 1970s.  Homeowners loved coordinating everything in their bathroom, and could buy colors like pink, blue, lavender, yellow, beige, green, and even black.  
Sales began to decline as doctors pointed out that the dyes could cause skin sensitivities, and ecologists said that the dye could be harmful to the environment.  Scott still produced beige, tan and pink until 2004.  But never fear!  Renova is a company that creates highly pigmented toilet paper, including black and fuchsia.  It assures that it is “colorfast for its intended use,” and is “dermatologically and gynecologically tested.”  
(Photo via Vintage Ad Browser.  The history of colored toilet paper from ToiletPaperWorld.com)

weirdvintage:

Colored toilet paper was introduced in the 1950s, and remained popular until the 1970s.  Homeowners loved coordinating everything in their bathroom, and could buy colors like pink, blue, lavender, yellow, beige, green, and even black.  

Sales began to decline as doctors pointed out that the dyes could cause skin sensitivities, and ecologists said that the dye could be harmful to the environment.  Scott still produced beige, tan and pink until 2004.  But never fear!  Renova is a company that creates highly pigmented toilet paper, including black and fuchsia.  It assures that it is “colorfast for its intended use,” and is “dermatologically and gynecologically tested.”  

(Photo via Vintage Ad Browser.  The history of colored toilet paper from ToiletPaperWorld.com)

Tagged: so retro

wehadfacesthen:

Edith Scob in Georges Franju’s Les Yeux Sans Visage (Eyes Without a Face), 1961

I must see this.

Tagged: eyes without a faceHorror Movies

Source: hardcockforhitchcock

When I read too many novels in a row

lifeinsmallpresspublishing:

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Source: lifeinsmallpresspublishing

wehadfacesthen:

Paulette Godard, Norma Shearer and Phyllis Povah in The Women  (George Cukor, 1939)

wehadfacesthen:

Paulette Godard, Norma Shearer and Phyllis Povah in The Women  (George Cukor, 1939)

Source: lapitiedangereuse

wehadfacesthen:

Dancers of the Paris Opera Ballet, 1958, photo by Robert Doisneau

wehadfacesthen:

Dancers of the Paris Opera Ballet, 1958, photo by Robert Doisneau