Saturday, January 7, 2017

Bad Meets Evil 24 Fours

Seen at the weekly Tuesday Market at Fuengirola's Fairgrounds.

MY, MY, MY... I'M PRETTY SURE THE NEW YORK LOGO IS SUPPOSED TO BE "NY."
GAS, OPEN 24 FOURS SINCE 1957.

Whatever it means, gimme dat ding...

27 comments:

  1. all this crap is made in china, right?

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    1. anne marie:
      Crap? Crap? These are treasures. Can't you see how vintage that GAS sign is? (But, yeah, probably mostly from China.)

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  2. I absolutely adore that song and have no comment on the gas.

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    1. mistress maddie:
      When I saw that sign (and T-shirt), I began to think about songs that made absolutely no sense. Even Gimme Dat Ding makes more sense, though.

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  3. Can't figure out that New York logo. That looks like an "M" and a "Y" to me.

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  4. Fun song. Weirdly bad merchandise. Mew York - is that where Dudo and Musy think the Kid Brother lives?

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    1. Wilma:
      Oh, you're so clever (and I'm not; I had to think about that for a bit)!

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  5. you are so picky!!! I am sure all these lovely souvenirs are made in China and they have no clue about MI unless they mean the Vietnamese Restaurant at 443 E. 6th Street.

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    1. Laurent:
      Maybe the shirt was made in Vietnam.

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  6. Love the vidio nice tune.
    Coffee is on

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    1. Dora:
      Thanks so much for visiting! I didn't even have coffee today. Sickly stomach. Chamomile tea just doesn't cut it! I think it's time to start visiting you.

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  7. Ahhhhh! I just saw the beautiful door posts! LOVE THEM! Ohhhh là là!
    These are funny, too :)

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    1. Judy:
      I think I'll buy the gas sign and a new-to-me old door to hang it on. Classy, huh?

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  8. Ah, the memories. Spending lazy days at Mankee Stadium, you know, up in the Fronx.

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    1. Walt the Fourth:
      I knew I could count on you to make me smile. Well, according to other T-shirts I've seen around town The Fronx -- well, The Bronx -- is in Brooklyn, Staten Island (which I think may be in New Jersey).

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  9. That 'Pipkins' song must be one of the pleasantest and most infectious novelty records ever released. It got to #6 here in 1970 and remains very evocative of my time at work around then as my local council's Cash Book Accountant. It did add a bit of colour to the grey.

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    1. Ray:
      I love that song, but I do have a hard time remembering the lyrics. So complex.

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    2. I've just found on YouTube another version of the song - by the 'Finlanders', in that language and twice as fast. The confused dancers can't do anything but bounce up and down to it. Funny. Have a look.

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  10. I have jokes that we should start a business of selling vulgar shirt in the USA in exotic languages like Italian, German, and French. The few that could figure them out would get the joke, most of the people wouldn't have a clue. The "University of Merde"

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  11. Travel:
    I've had the same thought. But that would be "working." I think you should go for it!

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  12. Hey! How did that old video of me get in there?!

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    1. Shawn:
      Can we have your autograph??? Gimme dat ding!

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  13. I am sure that 'Bad' would LOVE 'Evil', don't you? lol
    Now that sign at first does look vintage indeed and I was almost craving it!! But anything made in China is still not considered vintage......yet. Now maybe if it was Hong Kong or Taiwan.....
    Really like that video, Mitch! Almost grabbed Ron to give it our best but stopped as we just got in from shoveling the driveway!! Our plow guy is off skiing!!

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    1. Jim:
      Well, if you and Ron do decide to give that a whirl, I hope there'll be another video!

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  14. I was given a similar WALKING DEAD sweat shirt fir christmas from my brother in law....the zombies have to be seen to be believed!

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    1. John:
      I remember a Walking Dead jumper from your sister, which I found kind of nice -- for a Walking Dead jumper, that is. Would love to see what bad zombies look like.

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