Memorabilia Lane: Oooh Yeah!

In Memorabilia Lane, We’ll Discuss the Significance Some Kind of Collectible (T-Shirt, Poster, Action Figure) has on us and its Relation to Wrestling.

In the 80’s and 90’s, food and drink were so important that there were spokesmen and mascots that would face off, concerned over what we ate. Breakfast was the ultimate battle royale: Top Shelf mascots like Tony the Tiger and Cap’n Crunch faced off against teams like Snap, Crackle and Pop aka 3RK or the duo of Cookie Crisp’s Cookie Crook and Officer Crumb. Then there were other competitors like the Toucan Sam and Dig ‘Em Frog, always in the mix. Dinner had the Jolly Green Giant and no one really dared to challenge him. But when it came to the in-between meals, the snacks, there are 2 icons that stand out: The Kool-Aid Man, representing Kool – Aid, took care of the drinks and Macho Man Randy Savage, representing Slim Jims, took care of the food.


Teeketch commemorated our fond memories of snack time with this week’s t-shirt design available on Graphic Labs. The sweetness of the Kool Aid mixed with the strength of the Macho Man to form the ultimate maniacs snack smackdown. And even though the design is charged enough to form stubble on glass, the shirts are comfortable enough to wear all day. It’s available for  limited time so be sure to grab one and re-live the madness.

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