There's something terribly wrong and at the same time impossibly charming about these Ketchup Charlie and Mustard Marvin spread heads. They are even better on video:
Every once in a while, some poor company, through no fault of its own, ends up with a product which subsequent historical events render unmarketable.
Remember the weight loss pill called AYDS? Not the manufacturers fault that doctors subsequently labeled a newly discovered disease with an almost identical name.
For me, I can't look at these things without seeing the blood streaming from Neda's mouth and nose last week. So I could never buy them. Perhaps someday after the memory has faded a little, but I doubt it.