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Looking Up November 3, 2015

Filed under: 1940s,1950s,1960s,Fun,Funny,History,Nostalgia,Photography,Pics,Vintage — kerbey @ 8:00 am
Don't stand so close to me...

“Young teacher, the subject of schoolgirl fantasy…”

Certs, cigarettes, and beer

Certs, cigarettes, and beer

Comet51-057

Let me just top you off.

Comet51-049

Last-minute preening

confident, confident, dry and secure

confident, confident, dry and secure

"Raindrops keep fallin' on my head..."

“Raindrops keep fallin’ on my head…”

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10 Responses to “Looking Up”

  1. Paul Says:

    Love the Christmas feel! Ha! Great photos Kerbey.

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  2. Love the Certs reference. Speaking of Certs, has anyone ever ask you to go sparking?

    I don’t know if anyone does it anymore. But it was big thing when I was in school. There was usually a big build up to finding out what sparking was. For the uninitiated, it’s chewing spearmint Certs with your mouth open–in the dark. It will cause sparks to fly. Unless they have reformulated the Spearmint Certs recipe. 😉

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  3. It may be out of fashion these days. But it was a big deal in the ’80’s–before we had cell phones to play with.

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  4. Benson Says:

    Nice pics and nice Christmas motif you got. Got 1 question? Why when see a picture of guys standing in the rain you will nearly always see one guy with his hand out;checking? I can usually tell whether it’s raining if I am standing in it.

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  5. reocochran Says:

    Singing in the rain. . . 🙂
    I hate to say my Grandpa asked me in high school if “Boys were being fresh and asking me to “spark”?” 🙂

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