These Are Some Of The Most Dangerous Household Items From The ‘70s (37 PICS)

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Tony 3 month s ago
dash dash dash JC-LOL JC-LOL JC-LOL
       
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Pete 3 month s ago
#2 Is that Aunt Bee?
       
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Susie 3 month s ago
#18 a terrible toy, terrible JC_doubledown
       
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Delphia 3 month s ago
Susie, yes...but sooooo preeeeeeetty!

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Lem 3 month s ago
#3 There is nothing dangerous about that unless you are drunk. If you are drunk, a sliding glass door is dangerous.
       
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Cedric 3 month s ago
You would probably have to be British working class to relate to most of these. I, for one, am not.
       
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Cathy 3 month s ago
Cedric,
Not sure about the "working class" comment, Cedric. Maybe you were born a ponce. For me, being born in Briton in 50s I have experienced all of these first hand. As noted by 'LEM', The greatest danger these items posed was to the inept and the stupid. The electric knife for example is still safer than a razor sharp carving blade unless in the hands of a moron. As for the darts, if they were as dangerous as indicated 50% off all pub drinkers would be blind by now
       
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Serena 3 month s ago
Most of these are not really dangerous.
An electric knife? I still have one now - it's a must have.
Electric blanket - got that too.
How is a chopper bike dangerous? I had one for years.
Darts - you lead a sheltered life my friend.
#5 - those kind of washing machines were long gone by the 70s.
Anyway, good post! Good memories!
       
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Patience 3 month s ago
#5 There is story my mother used to tell about her great-grandmother being the unfortunate victim when her hand got caught while feeding the wringer. Her daughter had to slide her skin back on her hand
like a glove and bandage it.
       
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Evan 3 month s ago
Some of these have no Cultural Reference to Americans but the Schwinn Stingray bike was Great! By the late sixties wringer washers were all but unheard of in favor of tumble dryers. The crank mixers can still be gotten at Williams Sonoma and are en vogue with silly @$$ hipsters.
       
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Petronella 3 month s ago
#15 I use mine couple times a month perhaps, definatly need to pay attention while using it though~!
       
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