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This Vintage Ad Will Drive You Krazy

You know what's crazier than craziness? Kraziness. Whenever you mutate a word to give it wacky spelling, its meaning is multiplied indefinitely. And I think this '80s ad for press-on nails, as you will see, is pret-ty krazy. Anyone remember these?

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kayleigh83 kayleigh83 7 years
soooooooo awesome!! baahah this made my day. i love her horrible half-assed dance moves. so great!
flutterpie flutterpie 7 years
why did they go with a squeaky jersey accent, was it catch us or annoy us
MissMarisol MissMarisol 7 years
Now I have the song stuck in my head...
yellowbanana yellowbanana 7 years
Maybe they're called that because they're glued on with Krazy Glue.
juliarose23 juliarose23 7 years
ahhh hahaha thats hilarious. i can see that being a successful product in the 80s.
puddlesworth puddlesworth 7 years
ugh...
rachi99 rachi99 7 years
Words fail me. Wow. Just....wow.
verily verily 7 years
I remember trying these once or twice as a teen. I HATED them. I wore some to prom and ripped them off immediately afterwards.
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Good lord...
bailaoragaditana bailaoragaditana 7 years
I don't know what's worse, the high-pitched voice, the hair, the clothes, the dancing, or the god-awful stick-on nails. This makes me SO glad I don't remember any of my life in the 80s.
emalove emalove 7 years
Oh yes, my sister and I used to have some Lee Press-on nails in the mid to late 80s...we thought they were the coolest.
Renees3 Renees3 7 years
I can't get over the hair and clothes! So awesome haha
brittanyk brittanyk 7 years
I was probably a baby when these were "in", so I don't remember them. They're definitely interesting to say the least. Stephscloset, they still sell them. When I'm at the drug store looking at makeup you can occasionally find them in the fake nail section. They still have the kind that are pre-colored too. They are't quite as pointy, but they still exist! haha
ALSW ALSW 7 years
So 80's!
stephscloset stephscloset 7 years
This is so funny! I just had a conversation with my mom, that I haven't seen press on nails in years. This was a staple when I was in HS! :)
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