Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Sock-it-To-Me Lunchbox. 1968. Maker: George Schlatter-Ed Friendly Productions and Romart. Inc. Bright yellow oblong vinyl lunchbox with white handle, zipper, and Laugh-In’s Sock-it-To-Me logo appearing multiple times on the front. Yep, I’ve used this as a purse, and, yep, there are some people out there who aren’t old enough to remember Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In. I am, but just barely. I swear.

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6 comments:

Monica said...

This is GREAT!

Wendy said...

Isn't it fun? No thermos, but that's OK.

Jen said...

My sister had a lunchbox like this. We were just looking at a picture of it the other day and couldn't make out what it said. What a treat to find your post!

Wendy said...

Hey Jen! I loved Laugh-In as a kid. Of course, at the time, I didn't realize how risque it was... for that era. It's pretty tame now compared to today's TV.

I just decided I'm going to teach my one-year-old grandson to say "Sock it to me!" What'dya think?

discodiva1979 said...

So cool=I remember my parents watching Laugh In-I recall Goldie Hawn on that show. What a great purse collection-this is so Awesome. So Hippy. Love It!

Wendy said...

Thanks so much for leaving a comment! Goldie was adorable then and still looks pretty darn great.