#43 Quick & Easy

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Third piece for my Advertising Slogan series.
No story. This list says it all, Quick & Easy:

  • Frozen waffles
  • Instant oatmeal
  • Dishwashers
  • Microwaves
  • Flavor Straws (remember those?)
  • Big Macs
  • Instant coffee
  • Copy & paste
  • Remote controls
  • Power windows
  • Voice-activated controls
  • Icemakers
  • Robot vacuum cleaners
  • Pet feeders
  • Sprinklers
  • Audio books
  • Auto-pilot
  • Home study courses
  • Cliff notes
  • Mechanical pencils

and of course the ultimate Quick & Easy product of them all, to this day one of my favorite treats, especially when the burnt peas spill over into the plaster of paris mashed potatoes which are somehow mixed with the slimy gravy:

  • TV dinners

Production notes:
34 minutes



No story this time–kept it quick & easy.
(I might even have a TV dinner for breakfast.)

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Chaz DeSimone

Design. Dancing. Disneyland. Modernism. Nudism. Black Cats or any other color.

4 thoughts on “#43 Quick & Easy

  1. I love your TV dinner observations! I agree and I still love them as well! I also have a fondness for Trader Joe’s Instant Garlic Mashed Potatoes…definitely Quick & Easy (& Tasty, too!)

    1. They’re not the same as when they were in aluminum trays and you cooked them in the oven so certain parts got good and crispy (like the peas). And then when they added that really extravagant dessert in the 1 inch by 1 inch partition in the middle, that added a whole new taste sensation when the apple cobbler mixed with the cheese enchilada. Of course, the setting wasn’t complete without the TV dinner tray, those wobbly metal things. But that was part of the fun.

      Oh yes, and the TV.

    1. Great list!
      I just nuked some popcorn a few days ago so how did I miss that one?
      As for ATMs, I’ve been broke for so long I just completely forgot about those things.
      And the Clapper? That thing that blew a fuse when I used it for a Christmas tree that had about 3000 lights on it? Too quick, too easy. One clap and Christmas went dark.

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