1950s, Advertising, Art, Beauty, Culture, Fun, History, Nostalgia, Style, Vintage

Don’t Worry; It’s Not Racist


I learned early on the importance of a strong comb from 70s icon Fonzie, although most of the time–he didn’t need it.


And for the record, Fonzie wasn’t racist either.


10 thoughts on “Don’t Worry; It’s Not Racist”

    1. I’m so sorry you had to deal with those collapsing combs. I guess that’s why we see them all over the streets next to the cigarette stubs. Did you ever had a comb that was a switchblade? I think my son has one of those.

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