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Desc:The hippest shirt of 1990. It will change your life. (skip to 1:30)
Category:Advertisements, Classic Movies
Tags:90s, child labor, vhs, Look Whos Talking, Gage
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Caminante Nocturno - 2008-01-20
What the Hell are those things at 1:53? What the BLOODY HELL are they?!
klingerbgoode - 2008-01-20
yeah, i didn't really process it the first time, but as i watched it again it kinda sunk in that there's some seriously bizarre shit happening there.

the sealife was nonsensical enough, but...what in heavens

rewind it and watch it again, they'll wait.

Konversekid - 2008-03-27
I'm guessing they were cost effective power rangers.

Plinko - 2008-11-16
Oh my God!, It's the Scolari brothers!!

Five Stars for how uncomfortable the parents look standing so close together -2 for the bad editing

Bort - 2009-03-08
Power Rangers didn't exist on or before 10/31/90 (the fateful day when the LWT t-shirt offer expired). Most likely they're not-quite-copyright-infringing ninja turtles.

Ponasty - 2009-07-08
im going with some sort of Slimer ghostbusters ripoff

Ashenblade - 2010-07-06
I believe the answer is "Dr. Mario viruses".

baleen - 2008-01-20

My parents got me this shirt and they wore it too. it really works. the problem is they say there is a limit of one per household, which means in order for this shirt to change your family's life your parents have to get a divorce first and the kid has to go to an orphanage or stay at a friend's for a while. Fortunately my dad knows Steve Guttenberg so we got a box.

StanleyPain - 2008-01-20
I think you probably mean John Travolta.

Ahhhh..the good old days of bizarre merchandising crap advertisements on VHS tapes.

baleen - 2008-01-20

I am thinking of 3 men and a baby, you're right. Despite that, knowing Steve can get you a lot of merchandise you normally couldn't acquire.

Hailey2006 - 2008-01-20
Somebody call that number!
Dr. Smooth - 2008-01-20
I did, it's Sunday though, so all i got was a recorded message for "backup.com" unless i heard it wrong.

-1 star for limit one per household.

fluffy - 2008-01-20
According to Google, it's the support line for these guys: http://www.swapdrive.com/

Benzene265 - 2008-01-20
You can get more than one shirt per order, but you can only order once in your whole life. So, in order to stay hip forever, you'd have to guess how many shirts you'd go through in a lifetime and order that many. Naturally, you'd hint at having lots of extras, along with that signed poster, so that in your older years, your kids can suck up to you for that inheritance.

citrusmirakel - 2008-01-20
Why did they bother to make the shirt in sizes other than XL?
afp3683 - 2008-01-20
I was just thinking, these are back in the golden days where offering an XXXL wasn't commonplace.

Quad9Damage - 2008-01-20
"After all he's just a kid, and his hand gets tired."
doc duodenum - 2008-01-20
I was wondering what happened to little Mikey. Well he was actually four babies. The investigation ends there.
Maggot Brain - 2008-01-20
There must be thousands of these gathering dust somewhere.
waxeater - 2008-01-20
The "limit one per household" pertains only to the signed poster. So good news - t-shirts for everyone!
Xenocide - 2008-01-20
So do you instantly get transported underwater when you put it on, or is there a way to activate it?
Quad9Damage - 2008-01-20
What I want to know is, can you become a sperm?

CuteLucca - 2008-01-20
Man, my family vacations in the 1990s would have been so much cooler with the whole clan in "Look Who's Talking" gear.
DMKA - 2008-01-20
No kiddin'.

Albuquerque Halsey - 2008-01-20
That gum you like in going to come back into style.
BHWW - 2008-01-20
Man, where do I get one of those these days? Asides from the corner of someone's attic or basement, hanging from a clothes rack hidden behind a stack of boxes, covered with cobwebs.
Evilhead - 2008-01-21
Try Salvation Army

kingarthur - 2008-01-20
Can someone dig up the old VHS ads that were on the first two or three Hellraiser films? With the old lady. You know the ones.
Hailey2006 - 2008-01-21
I saw that!

violenza - 2008-01-21
Was just going to comment about those. Hellraiser mugs! Hellraiser baseball caps! HELLRAISER SWEATPANTS

Someone please find a way to get them online.


TeenerTot - 2008-01-21
No way! I was totally thinking, "The Hellraiser baseball cap. One size fits all. Even Pinhead."

Camonk - 2008-01-20
Well, to be fair, having more than one signed poster would be just a little too special, you know? Like being woken up every morning by the Queen.
glasseye - 2008-01-20
boner - 2008-01-20
If Arrested Development ever gets back on the air, I want the maid to wear this shirt.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-01-20
It's like the North of commercials.
garcet71283 - 2008-01-20
I called the number....

Its a backup and slot-drive support center now...
Stog - 2008-01-20
I used to think "Look Who's Talking" was so cool when I was five. But if I saw that promo at that age with the scary things at 1:53 I would have immediately freaked out.
themilkshark - 2008-01-20
I will wear this while I enjoy my Mr. Belvedere Fun Pack.
Enjoy - 2008-01-20
You mean Brocktoon?

themilkshark - 2008-01-20
Yah, Brocktoon! I love him so much. Think I should maybe kill him?

Raoul Duke 138 - 2008-01-20
That kid looks just like the little boy from Pet Sematary. Gage or Gauge or Gayge or whatever. So much so, in fact, that I am certain it is him.

Also, who appraised the value of Mikey's autograph at .95? Regardless, I think it's accurate.

Also also. Mom has some nice wide hips. I like that.

Raoul Duke 138 - 2008-01-20
Oh, wait. Just read the tags.
Don't mind me, I'm just drunk.

zatojones - 2008-01-21
Not too drunk to remember what Gage from the crappy Pet Cemetery movie looked like

nuzzles - 2008-01-21
I get the feeling that there are like, 500,000 of these shirts buried in a cement cask, somewhere in a New Mexico landfill.
athodyd - 2008-01-21
Is there any piece of music more vile and hateful than Walking on Sunshine?
Stog - 2008-01-21

boner - 2008-01-21
I bet some of these shirts made their way to poverty stricken Africans.
tamago - 2008-01-21
None of the comments prepared me for 1:53. The hell was that anyway?
Gwago - 2008-02-04
Jesus. We need to invent time travel so we can erase garbage like this.
kingofthenothing - 2009-01-03
I was thinking the same thing.

Terminator style.

DrVital - 2008-03-11
What's better than tucking a T-Shirt into your mom jeans?
Hailey2006 - 2008-04-20
but you think of the Marlon Brando/Matthew Brodrick stinker shown before this!
Lothar - 2008-05-31
These shirts were made at The Gold Base (of the Church of Scientology) by naughty Scientologists caught reading about OTVII when they were only OT I.

And... Matthew Broderick is gay. Being married to a demanding frau is his punishment for not coming out after people stopped caring about him.
Harold Manchester - 2008-08-28
Boys have a penis, girls have a vagina.
Keefu - 2008-10-04
I wonder where the actors for this have gone in life since
soci-o-path - 2008-10-26
Made-for-television porn perhaps ?

Wombles - 2009-12-05
"cool commercial huh? rewind it and watch it again"

marketing genius.
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