“Seven minutes in heaven” has evolved.
(submitted by Colleen)
Instructional picture from a 1960s Civil Defence Manual… “In the event of the detonation of a nuclear warhead in your vicinity, do not panic. Walk calmly to the kitchen, and place a sturdy paper bag over your head to protect you from radiation. It remains important in times of stress to be considerate of others: if there are insufficient bags to go around, share a bag with a family member or trusted friend.”
Henry and Bertha
Would you believe, The Bag of Silence?
It might be fraternal conjoined twins that are REALLY shy…..
Bert was too mean to spend money on hearing aids,so,he invented his own. “BERT. CAN. YOU. HEAR. ME. NOW?”
From the position of her arms, it looks like she was surprised. Like usually when she sticks her head in a bag, there isn’t already someone else in there. Oh those crazy kids….
HARHARHAR I love it! “Oh! Gracious! What are you doing in here? You scared me!”
Just need the story!!
that looks like the kitchen from “The Honeymooners”.
I have heard of cooking a turkey in a paper bag, but these two are creative – Heads in a Bag. What condiments are served with this, and will it fit into a 13×9 inch casserole dish?
that casserole dish better have a lid and a proper serving spoon!
You guys win for best response to a response!!
Sack hops were all the rage in the 50’s…
Oh the old two-heads-in-a-sack game, so popular in the 1950s.
There are one paper bag people. There are two paper bag people. And there are coyote people.
Kissing for the extremely bashful.
Is that one of those Chinese finger traps for the head?
Trying… to… laugh… quietly at…..work.
I am not an animal…
LMAO!! I was thinking the same thing
Is this how people amused themselves before the internet came around? Or quite possibly TV even. LOL This definitely needs a backstory!
Her parents told her, “Don’t you ever let us see you kissing a boy?”
Henry and Jane were half-in-the-bag at the party!
This is when the swingers’ party really started to get wild…you could always count on Bob and Ethel to get things going.
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