Sleep in a Sandwich

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28 Responses to “Sleep in a Sandwich”

  1. Antinous / Moderator says:

    I’m mortified that I didn’t have these when I was 12.  I did have these Vera sheets in blue, though.

  2. jimh says:

    Add your own condiments!

  3. Chuck says:

    A crazy, screaming old man told me that it’s a trap set by giants.  Should I heed his word?

  4. spacemunky says:

    I want these sheets on a racecar bed for the cognitive dissonance it would cause during sleepovers.

  5. Itsumishi says:

    Not sure how it’s 50% polyester and 50% percale. Percale isn’t a fabric, it’s a style of weaving used to make fabrics. Ergo it could be 50% polyester and 50% percale made up of 100% polyester.

    • Antinous / Moderator says:

      Actually percale is plain-weave with a thread-count over 200 per inch, lower-count fabric being known as muslin.

  6. SedanChair says:

    You sleep in a sandwich

  7. RuthlessRuben says:

    I always thought the only “pow colors” were olive drab and beige.

  8. 10xor01 says:

    Cool sheets!  But for the 70s, I’ll stick with these:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/blake/4217035339/lightbox/

  9. Ben Freund says:

    Love the copywriting: “They’re great.”

  10. Stefan Jones says:

    I really didn’t like the 70s. All sorts of cool stuff was happening — the beginnings of D&D and other nerdly classics — but pop culture was full of dreadful kitsch like this.

  11. taghag says:

    You’re the meat!

  12. Johnny B. says:

    I’d like one bed sandwich please, with extra sex. What? I have to get the sex myself? Whatever, I’ll just have these chair chips then.

  13. pxlpig says:

    Dammit, I went and grabbed my wallet before scrolling down far enough to see 1970.

  14. Sawdust says:

    You’ve buttered your bread, now lie in it.

  15. exile says:

    Mmm, static electricity.

  16. jackie31337 says:

    I’m supposedly a mature adult, but part of me would also totally buy this right now.

    Also, look at the prices! You could probably expect to pay about the same now for a cheap cotton/poly novelty sheet set. These were pretty expensive for 1970.

  17. Robert Cruickshank says:

    I can’t decide whether to go with a line about crusty sheets, or pulled pork…

  18. niktemadur says:

    Alan’s psychedelic breakfast, in bed.

  19. teapot says:

    There’s also these modern re-makes by an Australian company.

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