Denny’s Adventures in Allee Willis’ “Willis Wonderland” (Part 37 – August 2010)

Submitted by denny October 3rd, 2010
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I never used this product but when living on my own in NY and trying to be “famous”, I did use Carefree Curl. It was all I could afford.

Is that a big record behind her? These soul pantie hose induced another outburst of laughter while photographing this room. Apparently if you wore these pantie hose they would give you soul or at least make you feel more soulful. FAB packagin!

I love it that these panty hose for full figured girls, that’s all I dated were full figured girls! But I never knew any who wore the “Ripple brand” of hosiery.

When I was down there and photographing this kitsch, I rubbed a little of this lotion on me and have since been waiting to be showered with riches but no luck yet.

2 Responses to “Denny’s Adventures in Allee Willis’ “Willis Wonderland” (Part 37 – August 2010)”

  1. Allee Willis

    I’m happy to hear that you never used Afro Sheen Blowout Kit on your hair. Carefree Curl is way more on your side of the dial.

    The greatest thing about the Touch of Soul pantyhose is the color, “Off Black”.

    The name “Ripples” had to have been given to these pantyhose by a man. I KNOW a gal does not want to walk into a store and ask for a pair of Ripples.

    The Queen Big Money Lotion is one of the most personally significant things in the house to me. The Queen is Martha Jean The Queen, the DJ I listened to most growing up in Detroit and who, as much as anyone, is responsible for my love of soul music. Her daughter, Diane Steinberg, a great singer and someone I’ve been friends with since I first became a songwriter, gave this to me a couple of years ago. I never even knew it existed and covet it among my most precious possessions.

  2. denny

    What kills me are the size measurements on the “ripples” hose. Amazing that they would also fit a lady that was 6’3 inches tall.