Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Bed Spread Senses Tingling!


Star Wars or Spider-Man? These are the decisions children with normal bads got to make, I didn't have that choice as I slept in my parents old bed, much too large for kid's sheets. Well, I didn't do much sleeping after I realised they likely made me in that bed, but that's a story for another time.

Dig the Marvel Star Wars Comic on the night stand, looks like my room now.

Shameless Plug Department: My first article for Toplessrobot.com debuts today, it's titled The 10 Most Awesome Toys of the 70's and if you're reading this blog, you should enjoy that.

6 comments:

Neal Snow said...

Ha! I had Spidey bedsheets and curtains similiar to these (different pictures, but same general look) back when I was a whippersnapper. The material was uncomfortable as hell! But they sure did look good.

Dancin' Homer said...

I love how they got that perfect corner pleat on the Spidey bed that showcases him swinging in the moonlight.

I slept in bunk beds with my brother, so I never had cool pleats. They just kind of bunched up and stuff.

Dancin' Homer said...

P.S. - great article on Topless Robot. Steve Austin's skin was indeed amazing to us kids wasn't it.

As for Hugo - always wanted, never got one. He eventually turned up as a running character on The Uncle Floyd Show. That puppet could dance!

wurwolf said...

I think if my husband were to see this entry he would come in his pants. He loves Spider-Man and Star Wars.

And I'm such a good wife, I would totally love to have a bed set like one of these.

Anonymous said...

Had the Star Wars sheets (which are now available at pottery barn) and my brother had the Dukes of Hazzard sheets. Great times.

alphacentaurian said...

Is that not a Mego Pocket Superheroes Spider-buggy on the nightstand there?!

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