Saturday, September 15, 2018

Sugar Bear Balls vs. The Looking Glass Lovely

A couple of tiny but terrific items found recently at an antique mall-- and likely by now some of you know of my undying love for all things Sugar Bear (the character, not so much his Super Sugar Crisp cereal) --but this was definitely a fun find and great addition to my cereal premium collection. Just maneuver both balls across his face until you get them to fall into place within his eyeholes. Umm, while this fun little ball game is harder than it looks, it's certainly not as naughty as it sounds!





But if tis be "naughty" that yee be a'cravin', then this blue 60's telescope keychain with a beautifully breasted nudie cutie treasure tucked away inside is sure to satisfy that hunger! Just put the telescope up to your eye and look towards the sun or a bright light... and... oh heck... how is it that I can make a teeny Sugar Bear game sound dirtier than a naked girl telescope?!! Jeez...



8 comments:

Mr. Cavin said...

I really dig that key chain. And I want to say that you've done an excellent job of capturing that picture straight down the barrel of it. One of the very few ways these teensy cell phone camera lenses are actually more versatile than real cameras: I can certainly film whatever is happening on the other side of my front door through the peephole with my phone. I could never could with my DSLR.

Mr. Karswell said...

If only it were that easy with View Master reels! Thanks, Mr C!

Craftypants Carol said...

Neato! and Oooh lala!!

JMR777 said...

The cutie in the keychain is tame by today's standards, how things have changed over the decades.

Mr. Karswell said...

Even so, sometimes just the simplicity of a nice smile and soft lighting across the curves can be more exciting than something overly explicit and in your face ;)

Guy Callaway said...

I have Sugar's LP - it's great!

Mr. Karswell said...

Me too! That record is totally my jam!

nutsilica.blogspot.com said...

It looks like the girl lives in another dimension. This pink place.
It would've been magical feeling to any kid lucky enough to find one one of those keychains
Our modern age would typically think a clearer full colour photo would be better.