Slightly Sinister Children of the Golden Era

Discussion in 'The Golden Era' started by Veronica Parra, Apr 12, 2006.

  1. Lauren

    Lauren Distinguished Service Award

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    My roomate and I sat there for a good solid hour and laughed over that book when we borrowed it from my cousin. lol
     
  2. CWetherby

    CWetherby One of the Regulars

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    You SAY your memory is certain, but were you drinking lithium sodas at the time??? Hmmmm????
     
  3. Angelicious

    Angelicious One of the Regulars

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    Hand-tinted photograph, it seems to me. Photographers used to do it (or employ young girls to do, respectable enough occupation for a lady) to each photo individually! Not something you see much now...

    (I recall Frieda Kahlo used to hand-tint photographs when she was small, in her father's studio.)
     
  4. Story

    Story I'll Lock Up

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    Little Timmy realized that he needed to pack his cheeks like a rabid chipmunk, before Mommy Dearest sticks him back in that dark, dark basement.
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    (Blondie's wearin' 4" red heels to the supermarket? Yowsa)
     
  5. Story

    Story I'll Lock Up

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    Mommy will *always* take care of the evidence
    (or 'where's the neighbor's cat?')
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  6. They are evil, I tell you, EVIL!

    The first three look like the kids in "Children of the Damned" and "Village of the Damned" which is spooky!
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  7. Cousin Hepcat

    Cousin Hepcat Practically Family

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    Aww Story, you're Killin' me! lol lol lol
    - Cousin Hepcat
     
  8. CWetherby

    CWetherby One of the Regulars

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    Quick!! What kind of paint do I use to get MY washer and dryer that shade of yellow???????

    CW
     
  9. I think GMC called it Chrome Yellow. Don't blame me if you can't see after painting it. That color is bright. My laundry room is that color. It glows in the dark. Summer job number one---paint room. :eek:

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    J
     
  10. CWetherby

    CWetherby One of the Regulars

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    Well, a glow in the dark laundry room is a bad idea--no one should have to do laundry in the middle of the night! lol
     
  11. Story

    Story I'll Lock Up

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    Maybe you ought to be asking what's the half-life of that paint job?

    GE - we bring good things to light.

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    The doll that cries REAL tears!
    (but only if you bite it on the cheek)
     
  12. Hey, now! That is a good idea. The wife can iron without the light on and not know how long it took to do the laundry. :p;)

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    J
     
  13. Lincsong

    Lincsong I'll Lock Up

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    :D :D :D
     
  14. dhermann1

    dhermann1 I'll Lock Up

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    Lincsong, Thanks for bumping this thread. That 50's kitchen/living room took me right back! Whoo! Scarey! Great stuff!
     
  15. Doctor Strange

    Doctor Strange I'll Lock Up

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  16. MAGNAVERDE

    MAGNAVERDE New in Town

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    Cybil Shepard started her career early, as one of the Breck Girls and I think that's a young Alice Cooper eying those Pork & Beans.

    Thanks for the link to Plan 59, Doctor Strange. I first found it back when it had another name, but I love the place.
     
  17. BeBopBaby

    BeBopBaby One Too Many

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    This little girl it scaring the heck outta me! I think it's the beady-eyed stare of un-veiled lust for the viscera mom is spreading on the little girls bread combined with her little chiclet tooth-filled grin that is disturbing me most.
     
  18. deadpandiva

    deadpandiva Call Me a Cab

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    I love the "You're right in liking meat ads and the steak grilling hamburgers. lol
     
  19. Warden

    Warden One Too Many

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    Hi ya CWetherby

    I know it is :eek:fftopic: but while painting your kitchen yellow, why not have your living room like this

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    Harry
     
  20. BeBopBaby

    BeBopBaby One Too Many

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    I actually really like that - I think it's a great focal point for that room and it gives an otherwise bland room a lot of character. But then - I have a weakness for Tretchikoff paintings.
     

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