Goofus and Gallant's crude wristwatches


12 Responses to “Goofus and Gallant's crude wristwatches”

  1. Well, I’ll be off then. Won’t be a minute.

  2. Halloween_Jack says:

    I’m impressed at the chutzpah and moxie displayed by marketers who thought of charging louts between $49 and $99 (in what I assume are mid-1970s dollars) for what amounts to a single-woman-repelling field.

  3. johnjohnson says:

    A Google search for Leisure Time Products eventually led me here:

    • jcostantino says:

      Meh, no thanks… I would much rather have the reliability of electric instead of the fickleness of a 2 cycle blender.

  4. SamSam says:

    Oh man, I was really hoping these were from Mitch McConnell’s blog…

  5. retchdog says:

    the utility of this watch could be improved if it had a cycle of messages: “where’s my bourbon?”, “heineken? fuck that!”, “don’t you fucking look at me!”, “it’s Daddy, you shithead!”, &c.

  6. Teirhan says:

    I now realize it’s a printing / scanning artifact but i spent about 30 seconds staring at the ad on the right trying to figure out if the chick was hairy or if it was a dude wearing lacy briefs. 

  7. voiceinthedistance says:

    Even a broken watch is right twice a day.

  8. stuck411 says:

    Loved the hunt & seek pictures in Highlight Magazine. Despised the Goofus & Gallant propaganda they had. And ahem, remember this ad from my step-dad’s stash of magazines.

  9. pjcamp says:

    Every 30 seconds? I’m gonna need more coffee.

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