Great Aunty Patsy was a Torch Singer. By that I mean she combined her fascination for starting fires with singing in Working Men's Clubs in Halifax.
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"Hello..Sears order desk?...I ordered a wedding cake topper bride and groom set last week and I don't know what the hell you sent me but it 'ain't going on MY daughter's cake!" Growled Irene.
Ladies in the sugar cane. Hawaii, 1960s
"Now this cake and frosting is all for me," mused Inez. "Minnie and the rest of the gang can make do with those stale Twinkies."
Zelda and the Zodiacs were living the dream. They had managed to combine their love of bowling with Karaoke Theme Night at the Pelican Lanes Bowling Palace.
Vito's childhood experience of dressing like a mobster FBI agent stood him in good stead when he went undercover years later.
Inez's rules for a successful round of solitaire: Mandatory - tube top, home perm, & cigarettes. Optional - Matching wallpaper & tablecloth.
Elderly man & woman celebrating a birthday or maybe an anniversary 1976.
GD it Minnie! It's ONE, two, three...ONE, two, three! Not one, two, THREE...one, two, THREE! You're playing this this polka like you've got no white northern European Anglo-Saxon heritage!
7.12 pm, Friday 13th 1978: this was the year our Bryvan fancied his chances of taking out top honours in the Pride of Britain awards.
Minnie was easily amused by Clark's bon mots. And by bon mots I mean his fart jokes.
The pose was nearly perfect for the photo...George kept thinking..."She's sitting on my hand! She's sitting on my hand!."
Awkward family photo: The Choke. Don not be so distracted by the choke that you miss dad in shorts. Dang.