9. The Flo
Almost three decades later, we’re still totally baffled by this exercise product. We’ll follow the host’s lead and “let the music do the talking.”
10. The Catch It
“Sure, it looks like this cat litter scooper works pretty well, but what if I run over it with my car?”
“Well, it’s funny you should ask…”
Well, what goes around comes around. These days sunglasses that block “blue light” are in demand, as everyone’s feeling eye strain because of technology. But in the ’90s BluBlockers were just a cool fashion accessory.
Let rapper “Dr. Geek” explain:
If you were into punk music you had to have this CD, which featured hits from bands like Men at Work, Crowded House, The Cars, The Knack, and Huey Lewis and the News….wait a minute, those aren’t punk!
13. Encyclopedia Britannica
Yeah yeah, the meta commercial is cute and all, but it would take more than that to trick us into buying an encyclopedia.
14. Rejuvenique Electric Face Mask
This disturbing mask promised to do for your face what “eight situps per second” would do for your stomach, but mainly it made your mom look like Jason from Friday the 13th while the torture mask zapped her face.
15. The Topsy Tail
There have been a lot of imitators over the years, but none were as helpful as the original Topsy Tail.
16. The Bedazzler
Honestly, it’s hard to imagine a time before people were pressing glittery stones onto every piece of clothing they owned. The Bedazzler may have fallen out of style lately, but we bet it’s due for a comeback any day now.
Somebody must have been scratching their head trying to market these Moon Boots knockoffs to adults, until they thought of passing them off as exercise equipment.
Maybe exerlopers will really help you run faster and jump higher, but you’ll also look dorkier.
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