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Bring Farrah Home for the Holidays! Cyber Monday is here and for one day only, get OFF EVERYTHING in our store. Each item is ready to wear or gi.

Released in 1978, "Sesame Street Fever" (a parody of "Saturday Night Fever"), was a disco album featuring the cast of "Sesame Street" singing disco interpretations of songs from the "Sesame Street" television show.

Released in Sesame Street Fever (a parody of Saturday Night Fever), was a disco album featuring the cast of Sesame Street singing disco interpretations of songs from the Sesame Street television show.

Generic beer, 1970's. All the generics used to be together in one aisle at the grocery store.

Generic no-frills beer. It saved money-but was never popular with most beer drinkers!

Mr. Whipple "please don't squeeze the Charmin"

Please Don't Squeeze the Charmin! I never could understand why he wouldn't let us squeeze the charmin

Prell Shampoo--Used this growing up in early 60's.  It came in a tube also.

Still another shampoo from the glory days. On the TV ads, they famously dropped a pearl in it to show how thick it was. Can you believe it once came in a glass bottle? The feet of America danced for joy when that became a shatterproof glass bottle.