Check out the ad to the left. We can't figure out why, if a nickel meant so much, they're telling people to shoplift their product. That red hat broad is obviously a thief. A low down, rotten, candy boosting, glove and masked jacker getting her shop lift on. Read the copy. It's clear as day.
That ad must be from the 50's, and people are still stealing Baby Ruth to this day. That is one classic candy.
Here are 9 more, and a couple of extras.
Charleston Chew could have spent the rest of its existence as a classic candy just being on the shelf of damn near every candy shop damn near everywhere in America. But when Dave Chapelle cosigned the
UPDATE: The Charleston Chew did not appear in the movie Half Baked, and Dave Chappelle never cosigned it. It was the Abba Zabba that appeared in Half Baked not the Charleston Chew. Short Order apologizes for our Half Baked memory.
We think the Hershey's Kiss concept is how Miami drug dealers came up with the 5 dollar crack rock. If people like it, but they can't afford the whole thing, just give em a piece, charge accordingly, and watch them scrounge for change to keep coming back.
Now here are some D-Listers that may or may not continue to exist....
|I remember these being pretty good. What the hell ever happened to Bonkers!|
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