Possibly Edible


More Fun With Tuna!

The green pepper Cinderella slipper of food boats! By the way, the yellow stuff is cheese sauce mixed with tuna, rice and red pimentos. The boat sail is made from a carrot.


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The Lunch Stops Here

Seriously. If this is lunch, I’ll starve. I could be wrong, but it looks like there are green olives with pimentos mixed with pineapple. It might be cheese instead of pineapple. Still not edible. This is not food! Originally posted at katnip.wordpress.com.

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Dr. Batty’s Asthma Cigarettes: Not Recommended For Children Under Six

This inexplicable vintage ad is courtesy of whale.to.

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Horrifying. Not Edible.

Courtesy of www.foodiggity.com. It even calls for lard. From the July 1946 issue of National Geographic.

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Elsie Makes Mayo. Possibly Edible.

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Too Cool For School

Full on Steampunk woodcut print. Circa: 1870 – 1900. “Aerialist wearing wings strapped to his shoulders and feet while suspended from a balloon.” Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C.

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Smokin’ Hot Babe With Toxic Man Bait

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Cool Vintage Looking Milkshake Poster

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Art Deco Ad – The Hupmobile

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Gender Bending Hottie Could Be Your Great Grandmother

Do you recognize this gender bending cutie? Did your great grandmother ever whistle “Anchors Aweigh“?

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